Over the past week, Leah Remini has launched a full-blown media attack on the Church of Scientology, of which she was a member for several decades.
Leah's been speaking about her time as a Scientologist in order to promote her scathing new memoir, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.
In a recently released excerpt, Remini detailed the sexual abuse and harassment that she experienced as a young woman in the church.
Now, Leah is going after the controversial religion's golden boy, Tom Cruise.
Today, another excerpt from the book, which hits stores on Tuesday, was released to the public, and it includes some shocking allegations about Cruise and his then-wife, Katie Holmes.
According to Remini, she attended a pre-wedding dinner at Cruise's home, and she rode to the party in a car with Cruise's children from his first marriage to Nicole Kidman.
When Remini asked Isabella Cruise if she planned to see her mother soon, the then-13-year-old snapped, "Not if I have a choice. Our mom is a f--king SP."
SP stands for "suppressive person," Scientologist jargon for a friend or family member who attempts to talk a believer into quitting the faith.
Isabella Cruise got married last month and didn't invite either of her parents to the ceremony.
More shocking than the odd nature of Cruise's relationship with his older children, however, is the shocking neglect of youngest daughter Suri Cruise that Remini says she witnessed upon arriving at the dinner.
Remini claims that Suri - then just 7 months old - was left to scream and cry on a bathroom floor while adults milled about pretending that nothing was wrong.
Remini was eventually able to convince some women who were standing nearby to assist with her cleaning the baby up and giving her warm milk.
Tellingly, Holmes issued a statement apologizing for her past mistreatment of Remini and did not deny that the Suri incident occurred as she described it.
Watch Remini discuss her feelings about Scientology and her relationship with Holmes in the video below: