Kirstie Alley has turned her back on Hollywood to be the star of Scientology's very own TV network, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively! What's more, sources revealed the Fat Actress star has been elevated from a mere member of the church to the "Queen of Clearwater" — after she abandoned her $6 million Los Angeles mansion to move to the cult's Florida mecca! Click through for more on the shocking story!
"Kirstie's very important to the church now because it's make-or-break time for them after Leah Remini did her exposé," former Scientology poster boy Steven Mango told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
"They've launched a new TV channel, and they need her!"
Whistleblower Steven Mango, who was recruited to relocate to Clearwater and work with Alley, 67, before he escaped the religion five years ago, said: "For Scientology, Clearwater is their hub, and they rolled out the red carpet for her."
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In fact, Scientology insiders spilled Kirstie has been treated like royalty by cult leaders, who've even helped furnish her new Florida home!
"Everyone around Kirstie will be a Scientologist, from her chef to her housekeeper," Steven explained, "and they all spy on her to make sure she's not doing anything wrong."
The actress, who's claimed the church's Narconon program helped her get sober from drug and alcohol addiction, is said to have achieved "Operating Thetan 8" status — Scientology's highest ranking! Devout Scientologists say that godlike OT8s can move things with their minds!
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Alley celebrate her superhuman level of Scientology with a luxury cruise getaway in the Caribbean ! An article in known Scientology magazine Freewinds, showed the star making her first ever trip on the high-end boat. The controversial Church has been operating the vessel since 1988 and has apparently deemed it the only place where members can reach the ultimate step on the "Bridge to Total Freedom."
"Kirstie's star might be fading in Hollywood," a RadarOnline.com insider said, "but in Scientology it's never been brighter — and she's not looking back!"
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