We first heard from Marie Bilheimer more than a year ago. Like so many other former members of the Church of Scientology, she wanted to communicate with us even though she wasn’t ready to go public with her story.
Continue reading Disconnection, neglect, and suicide: Scientology, it’s even worse than you think
[Leah Remini, Paulette Cooper, and Paul Noble]
In this week’s episode of Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, we learned about former Scientology spokesman Mike Rinder and the “Fair Game” he’s experienced since leaving the church in 2007.
Continue reading Leah Remini told you about Scientology’s ‘Fair Game’ — and here’s the worst example of it
We interrupt Leah Remini’s dismantling of the Church of Scientology to remind you that you have only 18 days left to finish your Christmas shopping. And as ever, you’ll need some extra help when it comes to that perennial conundrum facing us all — what to get the Scientologist on your list.
Continue reading What to get the Scientologist who has everything: It’s the Scientology Xmas Catalog!
[Mike Rinder and Christie Collbran]
Watching the second episode of A&E’s Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, we were suddenly struck by the advantage of this show having the luxury to explain Scientology concepts over eight episodes.
Continue reading Tonight on Leah Remini’s series, two more families get ripped apart and ‘fair gamed’
The Underground Bunker has obtained a document which shows that just days before A&E premiered its new series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, a Church of Scientology attorney tried to derail the program by claiming that the subject of the first episode, Amy Scobee, was lying about being raped at 14 years old.
Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Scientology tried to derail Remini series by calling 14-year-old ‘aggressor’ in rape
Rod Keller keeps his eye on Scientology’s front groups, and he’s back this week with CCHR’s latest freakout…
Continue reading A new technology shows promise for treating depression, so Scientology wants to kill it
[Kiwis dancing in a conga line in order to pledge money on a whiteboard]
After the week we’ve had — with the heart-wrenching scenes with Bonny Elliott and Amy Scobee in Leah Remini’s A&E series, for example — we thought it would be good to start things off today with a little levity.
Continue reading In Scientology, dancing in a conga line might end up costing you thousands
If you saw the premiere episode of A&E’s Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, you know that the emotional center of the show is the awful choice the Church of Scientology forced on Bonny Elliott.
Continue reading You saw Bonny Elliott talk about her battle with Scientology; Now hear it from her husband
[A dapper David Miscavige finally takes a swing at Leah Remini]
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath premiered Tuesday night to the highest ratings for an A&E series debut in two years. The audience of 2.1 million viewers even outpaced the 1.65 million who tuned in last year for the debut of HBO’s 2015 Scientology documentary Going Clear.
Continue reading Leah Remini: Scientology’s new attack has a Katie Holmes angle they aren’t talking about
[Mat Pesch and Amy Scobee, while Angelo Pagan photobombs]
When we called up Amy Scobee last night, she still hadn’t seen the episode of Leah Remini’s A&E show that featured her so prominently. But she had a pretty good idea of what would be in it.
Continue reading Amy Scobee: ‘Even on her deathbed, my mom was fighting Scientology and disconnection’