A woman is suing the Church of Scientology, claiming the organization forced to have an abortion when she just 17 years old. Laura DeCrescenzo says she signed one of the organization’s notorious“billion-year contracts” in 1991, when she was 12 years old. She alleges she was forced to abort while part of the “Sea Org,”…
Two Los Angeles parents have posted a billboard in the Echo Park neighborhood hoping that it will grab the attention of their two adult children. Willie and Phil Jones have not spoken to their children, Emily and Mark, since leaving the church of Scientology two years ago.
Would you like to be John Travolta’s personal masseuse when he’s staying in a hotel? If you said yes for some reason and are a woman, TOO BAD, LADY, because John Travolta only wants to be surrounded by candles and drowned in essential oils while “How Deep Is Your Love” is playing if a man is the one doing the rubbing.
Ron Miscavige—the person who’s partly responsible for bringing the leader of Scientology, David Miscavige, into this world—wrote a memoir due this spring that will surely only have nice things to say about a religion known for intimidating and exiling its former members.
In 2015, there was beef. Boy, was there ever beef. Let’s take a look at the year in public, prolonged, funny and existentially ponderous disagreement, and resolve to be a little more chill in 2016.
The Daily Mail has an EXCLUSIVE report about the “30-year bromance” between allegedly absent father Tom Cruise and allegedly absent husband David Miscavige, and it’s just suggestive enough to be satisfying.
After a high-profile book tour that included a blockbuster interview on 20/20, Leah Remini’s memoir about her life in the Church of Scientology, Troublemaker, was released Tuesday. The book is a quick read (the final 50 pages or so are just photos), but covers a lot of ground—from Leah’s mother first explaining…
Leah Remini gave a gripping interview on 20/20 Friday night in which she discussed her 30-plus years of experience as a member of the Church of Scientology. One interesting tidbit had to do with Jennifer Lopez and the wedding of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Remini claims the church tried to recruit her pal, J-Lo.
Former Scientologist Leah Remini will be on 20/20 Friday evening to talk about Scientology, her new book, and the possibility of a King of Queens movie. OK, she’s actually just talking about the first two things, but that’s more than enough content for a compelling interview.
In incredibly surprising news, Scientologists are going hard trying to cock block the chances of the Scientology documentary Going Clear winning an Oscar.
Cathriona White, the former girlfriend of Jim Carrey, had been taking a course at the Church of Scientology called “Survival Rundown” (SRD) in the months before her death from suicide.
The Church of Scientology has successfully cock-blocked screenings of the documentary exposé Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief in the Church’s home base of Clearwater, Florida.
Following the five more women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual abuse in August alone, a new report claims that his publicity team has had a eureka moment: Just say that the allegations are a big racist attack on an old, kind black man.
Some weird uncles says creepy things about ex-girlfriends during Thanksgiving dinner and get barked at by the family dog who’s nice to everyone. Other weird uncles, like Tom Cruise, kick their nieces out of the family for making out on his property.
In a new clip from her TLC reality series, Leah Remini: It’s All Relative, Leah Remini keeps it real as usual about her falling out with Scientology.
According to a report citing Star magazine, Tom Cruise may be considering leaving the Church of Scientology, of which he has been the most visible devotee for many years. The actor’s alleged crisis of faith comes, apparently, after a phone call with his daughter Suri.
That there image above is a screenshot of Katie Couric, noted talk show host, and Sonny Moore, noted dance music producer, just cutting a hot new EDM track together in the stu. Chill.
Filmmaker Alex Gibney wrote an op-ed published in today’s LA Times. Gibney, the director of the recently-aired HBO documentary Going Clear, outlines a pattern of harassment by the Church of Scientology that targets both him and and the writer Lawrence Wright (Gibney’s documentary was based on Wright’s book). He also…
A week after HBO premiered the Scientology documentary Going Clear, SNL has its response—a music video for “the Church of Neurotology” that perfectly channels the dowdy 20th century insanity of L. Ron & friends. “Religion and science intertwined, aliens live inside of our minds,” sings a beatific Aidy Bryant, eyes…