Remini, who has been on a mission towards Scientology since she left the church in 2013, warned audiences about getting too swayed by the box office hit and its charismatic star, Tom Cruise, in a tweet on Saturday.
Cruise is probably the group’s most well-known member, whereas Remini, who was raised a Scientologist, is known for being one among its greatest critics because of a book and docuseries on the subject.
“Don’t let the film star attraction idiot you,” Remini wrote over the weekend.
“The King of Queens” star additionally praised her good friend Claire Headley for accusing Cruise of “crimes towards humanity.”
Headley and her husband, Marc Headley, are additionally former Scientologists. The Headleys filed a lawsuit towards the church in 2012 alleging that it had violated human trafficking legal guidelines and human rights. Marc Headley, who worked closely with Cruise inside the group, wrote his personal exposé on Scientology, “Blown for Good.”
“Glad all you High Gun followers are having fun with the brand new film,” Claire Headley wrote in a Facebook publish that Remini shared a screenshot of. “Personally, current posts about this film solely serve to remind me of Tom Cruise and his crimes towards humanity.”
She continued: “Excessive, you might suppose? Destroying households is against the law towards humanity. My opinion. Ask your self: When is the final time Tom talked to his solely organic daughter, Suri?”
Headley additionally accused Cruise of selling “a harmful cult that destroyed my household” in her publish.
“So no, I can’t watch the film, nor will I ever assist or approve of this rip-off of a person,” she wrote, including: “Belief me, Tom Cruise is aware of precisely who he’s supporting and the abuses the group perpetuates.”