Look out David Miscavige, Leah Remini may be getting ready to spill all-new Scientology secrets!
According to Scientology reporter Tony Ortega, the actress, who left the church in 2013, is currently producing a television series on the organization's "disconnection" process, a policy that forces families to stop all contact from relatives who choose to leave the church.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Remini has been very outspoken about Scientology since she quit, but it's come with major consequences.
Last year, the 46-year-old claimed that her family was experiencing harassment that she believed to be linked to the church.
At the time, Remini's sister Nicole Remini-Wiskow, said she's received threatening phone calls.
"The church was calling me like crazy," she told RadarOnline.com. "When Leah was first declared a suppressive person they called me everyday. I would hang up and then they would call me right back."
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Undeterred, Remini, released her tell-all book Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology in early November. Of course, strange incidents continued to occur afterwards, her sister alleged.
Should Remini produce a TV series, as Ortega purports, her family could face some serious trouble in the future.