Leah Remini increased the explosive subject of the mysterious disappearance of Shelly Miscavige in a special episode of her A&E series, “Scientology and the Aftermath” on Monday night.
In the hours that was called “Ask Me Nothing,” Remini answered fan questions via Reddit AMA about the various Scientology topics. And the former “King of Queens” star did not hold back as she continued to hammer the Church she left in 2013 after having been a member of since childhood.
At the end of the Monday, Remini read the most controversial viewer question: where do you think Shelly Miscavige is?
Shelly, the wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige (who is also a good friend of Tom Cruise, the Church of the most well-known member), allegedly never before seen in public for a year. Remini was so afraid that they are about the guests on Cruise 2006 marriage to Katie Holmes about Shelly’s whereabouts—who reportedly furious Scientology-members. In 2013, Remini filed a missing person report on Shelly with the Los Angeles Police department.
It is reported that detectives closed the missing person in the event that after saying they had a meeting with Shelly in person.
However, Remini continues to wonder about the well-being of the Scientology-boss-wife.
On her Monday A&E episode, ex-Scientologist Mike Rinder said that for a long time, Shelly, was the property of the Church property near Lake Arrowhead in California.
“She was sent there when they were unhappy with David Miscavige,” Rinder claimed.
Remini asked, “Why, Mike, why?”
He said: “Shelly was privy to everything that went down with Dave.”
Remini cried out, “That is the reason why I filed my police report,” add”, Which, by the way, I am still on because there are still answers that I need.
“I don’T know that she is still alive.
“I don’t know that they are not being held against her will. I do not know these things, and so if the Church makes her by bringing her to an event—even if they went on a program and said, ” Hi, Leah Remini. Go f–k yourself, I would be happy to know that she was still alive. The police have to say, ‘Yes, we have seen her.’ No, I was not told. I was told that a representative of saw her or spoke to her,” the actress told the cameras.
Rinder commented, “That is what they know to convince the LAPD.”
Remini solemnly, “I’m going to continue to get and collect information.”
As the show noted, the Church has indicated that the declaration was submitted in bad faith—and Scientology has also challenged the credibility of Remini and all the contributors to the series. In fact, the Church has said on a website launched with a slap of her claims, “Leah Remini’s ‘reality show’….is nothing more than a script, rehearsed, acted, and theatrical work of fiction. They and the other anti-Scientologists in its programme, has been expelled from the Church for unethical behavior.”
In answering fan questions, the actress said that Scientologists are brainwashed and taught to believe “by turning you in” for alleged transgressions, “they help you.”
Later, Remini urged the viewers to Google “Scientology and forced abortions,” among other topics.
Still, Remini admitted she misses the certainty Scientology gave her, remembering she had learned that, “Scientology is the answer….It will cost you a quarter of a million dollar minimum, but we have the answers….’ “
Remini calling her a “David and Goliath” mission, and on Monday evening, told the viewers that she is going to in addition to the focus on “the children affected by this abuse organization and I want their stories….as soon as you know something, you have the responsibility to do something about it.”