Leah Remini

Stop Hate—Don’t Discriminate
The irresponsible and vitriolic Leah Remini A&E show’s incitement of religious discrimination and hatred results in real, physical-world consequences. People suffer. Parishioners, their children, the Church, and officers of the Church experience those results directly ranging from passing discriminatory insults to extreme threats of violence that require the involvement of law enforcement. Read some of their heartbreaking personal stories below, of how the dishonest and untrustworthy Leah Remini A&E show has spread hate.
Leah Remini
In 2015, the Church of Scientology International issued the following statement about Leah Remini. Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms.
A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing
I don’t know Leah. I didn’t know Leah. I have no interest in ever knowing Leah. But we share many connections, and friends, or rather I know many of her former friends. I say former because they have—as you may have suspected—cut ties with her. Now, let’s talk about friendship.
Major Advertisers Refuse to Support Leah Remini’s Hate. Why Won’t Spotify?
After learning they were sponsoring bigotry, numerous Fortune 100 companies have pulled their ads from anti-Scientologist Leah Remini’s hate podcast, apologizing to STAND.
A&E Attacks Religions. Yours Could Be Next.
Where does A&E CEO Nancy Dubuc draw the line for hate-based propaganda on their network? Apparently nowhere. The financial beneficiary of their slanderous attack show against Scientology has just announced plans to expand the hate-mongering to other minority religions.
A&E: When You Pay for Hate Speech That’s Exactly What You Get
It’s obvious why journalists are wary of those who offer to trade information for profit— such people are all too likely to say what they think the person paying them wants to hear, regardless of the truth. Put in cruder terms than in the SPJ’s Code: “You get what you pay for.”
An Inside Look at Fighting Televised Bigotry
Craig Reisdorf was the victim of a cheap reality TV show made by A&E, Mike Rinder and Leah Remini. They questioned his right to live his life as he chooses and to practice the faith of his choice.
An Open Letter from a Scientologist & Black Man to Tampa Bay Times Bigots
You see, I understand I am just another “nigger,” and you know what is best for me. You deem yourself my Master. You are not my friend.
An Open Letter to the Executives of Disney and A&E
I have been a structural and specialty contractor for almost half a century and have helped build several of the very Disney properties over which you preside. I used to have an enormous respect for Disney.
“Anti-Domestic Violence Campaigner” Tamron Hall Promotes Woman Abuser on Show
With the knowledge that Renate, Tamron’s sister, was murdered and had an abusive partner, I find it unconscionable that Tamron promoted a podcast whose cohost sent his wife to the hospital.