Leah Remini is on a mission to share the truth!
“I keep wondering — why haven’t Katie Holmes or Nicole Kidman spoken out?” Remini told Us Weekly.
“I assume they were forced to sign prohibitive documents. Trust me, Katie’s not allowed to have a meal with me and we used to be close friends. She could lose custody of Suri. It’s quite sick, really.”
Remini went on to share that the people who do participate in her show don’t get off without some consequences. “[They] are harassed constantly, especially me,” she said. “Members of the church go to my mother’s restaurant, confront my little sister and my stepkids in San Francisco, trying to intimidate us. These abusive scare tactics are what they call a religion.”
Karin Pouw, a spokesperson for the church, responded with a statement to Us. “While we would prefer to ignore yet another of Leah Remini’s over-the-top rants aimed at getting attention, she unfortunately continues to incite waves of anti-religious hate crimes. Ms. Remini’s incessant hate speech has required increased security and law enforcement resources spent to protect lives she puts at risk,” the statement said. “Ms. Remini’s ridiculous rants are unending and the myths and tales she and her coproducer spread are grown more bizarre by the day … They hire producers to rehash tired, preposterous myths invented and spread by the same handful of former Scientologists motivated by greed and anger.”
Two sources have confirmed exclusively to BAZAAR.com that Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk are planning to wed this weekend, in a private and intimate ceremony at their home in the Hamptons.
While it was speculated the couple may have tied the knot in mid-April in a secret wedding, it appears the couple were indeed celebrating their engagement as it was originally announced–with celebrity guests like Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, the bride’s mother Blythe Danner, and other family and friends in tow.
Their actual nuptials, however, are quickly approaching, according to the two anonymous sources with ties close ties to the wedding.
Falchuk was previously married to Suzanne Bukinik, with whom he shares two children, Isabella and Brody. Gwyneth was previously married to Coldplay’s Chris Martin. The two have two children together, Apple, 14, and Moses, 12. The two “consciously uncoupled” in 2015, with Paltrow announcing their split in a personal letter from the editor on GOOP. It’s likely that Falchuk and Paltrow will choose to share photos and details from their wedding this weekend on GOOP as well.
On Thursday, the songstress went on Twitter to vent some of the emotions she has been feeling in the wake of Mac Miller’s death. In one tweet she asks, “can i pls have one okay day. just one. pls.”
She continued, “i’m so tired pls.”
Ariana then retweeted one of her old tweets where she wrote, “everything will be okay,” and replied, “j f–king k.”
In the midst of her cryptic messages, fans flooded her Twitter with messages of support and adoration. This seemingly prompted Grande to thank her fans for loving her so much, even though she says, “I do not deserve it.”
One Twitter user expressed guilt for perhaps upsetting the star, but the 26-year-old assured her fans have been “angels” in her life. “it’s just been a tough month. i’m trying to get my work done and get back to normal and it’s hard and i’m human and tired,” she explained. “sorry i let u in or worried u. i shouldn’t have tweeted. i kno better.”