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'You're Too Good To Talk To That Bi**h!' Scientologist Kirstie Alley Advises Stacy Francis In Battle Against Leah Remini & Her Sister

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Jul. 21 2013, Updated 3:20 p.m. ET

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Kirstie Alley and Stacy Francis are continuing to wage war on Leah Remini in the wake of the former King of Queens star leaving Scientology  and her sister, Nicole Remini-Wiskow, speaking openly about the entire family's decision to break with the controversial organization.

"You're too good to talk to that b**ch..tune her..block her..don't give her her 15 minutes of fame to spew her hate xxo," Kirstie tweeted to the singer following Nicole's  comments about Stacy.

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The one-time The X Factor contestant continued on that topic with a vengeance on Sunday, with numerous tweets.

"I know I shouldn't let the lies being written bother me bcuz that is what evil ppl want but I lose sleep and it hurts it really does."

And minutes later, she wrote:

"It's so crazy and I don't want to speak out because it feeds into the nonsense. I mean really can I just sing! This is all sooooo stupid!"

And...

"Evil is real. And I have to say whenever I give into God and whatever He wants me to do o (sic) get attacked by the enemy."

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Former Village Voice editor Tony Ortega broke the news of Leah's departure from Scientology and his in-depth interview with her sister Nicole provided never-before known details of Leah's life in the religion.

For her part, Kirstie is asking for more support, tweeting -- with just a hint of sarcasm -- "dear haters can you please jump faster and louder on my tweets ?!? You're falling behind"

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