Jada Pinkett Smith talks about studying Scientology following Leah Remini's claim that she's a member of the church. On her Facebook page, Smith wrote the concept of engaging indifferent religions without becoming a member of it. Although she did not directly mention Remini in her post, people who read it could easily connect it to Remini's recent piece in the Daily Beast saying the wife of Will Smith is a member.

Facebook message denying allegations

"I have studied Dianetics, and appreciate the merits of Study Tech… but I am not a Scientologist.

I practice human kindness, and I believe that we each have the right to determine what we are and what we are not. NO ONE ELSE can hold that power," her post says.

Talking to the Daily Beast, Remini said: "I know Jada's in. I know Jada's in. She's been in Scientology a long time." Claiming that several times, she saw Jada in the Celebrity Centre, Leah said she never saw Will Smith there. She also revealed that Jada took part in putting up a Scientology School but claims it is now closed. Smith has not responded to any of the claims nor answered requests for comments.

Leah Remini has been the target of Scientologist's prying eyes after she left the religious "cult' in 2013. Since then, things about the carefully organized church were exposed to the public including the secrets of family separations, bad business practices, too much personal information about its members and much more.

Ahe also said, Tom Cruise is one of the most prominent members of the church, and you can't say anything bad about its members.

Scientology aftermath for Leah Remini

Remini's separation from Scientology eventually led her to write a book entitled "Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology," as well as for as the popular show "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" on the A&E network.

Remini recently won an Emmy for "Best Informational Series" and in her speech, forgiven her mom for introducing her to the cult (Scientology).

Talking to the Television Critics Association a few weeks ago, Remini said: "I spent most of my life being told the world outside Scientology would fail me, that I would fail, and that without it I wasn’t worth a whole lot.

I thank you for proving those theories wrong." The actress also thanked the crew behind the show which, despite threats and orders to stop the show, continued to deliver what's necessary and deliver what the public needs to know about the Church of Scientology.