The american actress Leah Remini, who among other things is known for her role as Carrie in hitserien the 'King of Queens', was accused by Scientology for incitement to murder, after one of their members was brutally murdered 4. January 2019.
It writes more international media on Wednesday, including the australian, The Sydney Morning Herald.
Leah Remini starred alongside Kevin James in 'King of Queens'. Photo: Jeff Neumann
the Murder was committed in Scientologys australian hovedkvater in Sydney, as a 16-year-old boy stuck a 24-year-old member down with a kitchen knife. The 24-year-old worked for Scientology and visited the church with his mother, who had to participate in a cermoni.
Scientology rages over Leah Remini, when she is the host of the highly critical program 'Scientology and the Aftermath', which will be sent on the american tv station A&E.
11. January received the american tv station a letter from Scientologys spokesperson, Karen Pouw. She writes, among other things, that the american actor is to create a vicious and religious hatred for their church.
'There is blood on your hands. In several years, A&E's management ignored our warnings against the series, which inspires people to violence and prejudice. Your intention is to create hatred and make money on it. Now there's been a murder', she writes also in the letter.
Neither Leah Remini or A&E have the answer to the letter.
'King of Queens'actor was a member of Scientology for over 30 years. She left the church in 2013, as she believed that the church's top management was bundkorrupt.
Tom Cruise is a prominent member of the Scientology church. Photo: Paul White