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Former Scientologist Leah Remini Vows To Target New Cults - Details

Former Scientology member Leah Remini has vowed to take on new cults and religions.

Remini, 47, who has battled publicly against Scientology, spoke with Chris Shelton on The Underground Bunker site.

The interview came as past of Tony Ortega's expose on Scientology.

The actress who created "Scientology and the Aftermath" was very vocal about her intentions.

And no matter the size of the religion or organization she has them in her sights.

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She revealed: "I do have plans to expose other dangerous organizations.

"We are at the investigating stages because many people reached out to us and asked 'would you help us.'"

"Should the Goliaths of the world exist or should they be in a different form?"

"A lot of them have the same polices and we cannot have that or laws that protect them under the guise of being a religion."

"Our government and laws need to protect children from getting hurt."


"When people ask for my help then I will do what I can – it is definitely in the works."

In the podcast Remini also explained that it has been very tough for her to get over Scientology and no longer speak to the people she was once very close to.

She revealed: "It is not easy, you cannot just get over it."

"Recently, I was going through my computer getting photographs of my daughter and I saw people who I had been friends with since we had our babies.

"It hurt that they chose Scientology over me when I had supported many of them both emotionally and financially over many years.

"To get awards mean a lot though – as we are being acknowledged for our work by many people in Hollywood."

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