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"Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" is a docuseries on A&E. As a former member of the Church of Scientology, she is exposing secrets that the church would rather keep buried.

So what does John Travolta say?

According to US Magazine, John Travolta recently talked to a reporter from E News at the "Critic's Choice Awards." When asked what he thought of the docuseries hosted by Miss Remini, he said he isn't interested in it. After 40 years in the church, he feels that they have been there for him through the death of both his mother and son, as well as a hard breakup with an old girlfriend.

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He is apparently happy with the Church of Scientology and plans to remain where he is.

Leah Remini is the investigative reporter of the series on A&E. She is speaking with other former members of the Scientology religion and they are telling stories of rape, sexual misconduct, harassment, bullying and imprisonment just to name a few. The level of abuse the show has exposed after only two episodes is unreal.

The church has refused to take part in the series or participate in interviews. Instead they have released statements that are personal attacks of negativity against Leah Remini.

It is no secret that the Church of Scientology actively recruits celebrities. They have tried to get Will Smith and Jennifer Lopez but neither were interested. They have so many celebrities, however, that there is a center just for them. They are able to socialize and learn amongst themselves.

Leah Remini not the only celebrity ex-member

There have been many celebrities that have left the Church of Scientology. Not all are as outspoken as Leah Remini, but there are some that make it clear how they feel.

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Jason Beghe from "Chicago PD" was a long-time member of the Church of Scientology. When his wife became pregnant with their child, he decided it was time to make a switch. He left the church quietly and months later posted a YouTube video to make the split public so that Wikipedia would remove the insert that he was a supporter of the church. Since then, he has had legal battles and other problems, but he finally broke free completely.