Oh, everybody knows that! I was hoping for someone finally confirming that the Pinkett-Smiths are vying with Travolta and his wife for the “Longest-Running Lavender Marriage in Hollywood“ title! Yes, I need several hobbies. Scientology’s Public Enemy #33, Leah Remini, told The Daily Beast that Jada Pinkett-Smith has been worshipping space volcanoes, or whatever, for “a long time.”
“I know Jada’s in. I know Jada’s in. She’s been in Scientology a long time. I never saw Will there, but I saw Jada at the Celebrity Centre. They opened up a Scientology school, and have since closed it. But Jada, I had seen her at the Scientology Celebrity Centre all the time.”
Will Smith and Jada DID open a school a while back but never acknowledged that Dianetics was one of the textbooks (and that the kids were probably forced to scrub the toilet in the teachers’ room with toothbrushes when they got something wrong). Leah also retold the story about how petite cultist Tom Cruise made her, Will and Jada, and other guests play HIDE-N-SEEK in one his gigantic mansions once. Tom even told Leah she was “it” when she declined to play. Ten bucks she found Scientology führer David Miscaviage hiding in his favorite spot behind Tom’s hot oil dispenser.
The Daily Beast says they made “multiple requests” to get a comment from Jada but received no responses.
Leah, who won an Emmy and a Television Critics’ Award (while simultaneously pissing off hainty Scientologist actress Elisabeth Moss) for her ongoing anti-Scientology docuseries gave further evidence that Jada is a Scientologist. Apparently, she lied her ass off to Andy Cohen.
“I had hoped that she had left [Scientology], but this was the tell-tale sign that she was still in,” said Remini, nodding to the Cruise hide-and-seek anecdote she shared in her book. “She was on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live a few weeks ago promoting her film [Girls Trip], and Andy [Cohen] said to her, ‘Have you read Leah Remini’s book?’ and he was like, ‘What was that whole thing about playing tag?’ and she said, ‘Oh, she lied.’ He goes, ‘Isn’t that weird, to play tag?’ and she goes, ‘No, the kids were there.’ That was untrue. Bullshit. There were no kids there. I was like, okay, alright, you’re gonna do that? More power to ya.”
Leah has big granite stones. Not only will she gladly step over an actress for a gig (that was cold, Leah), but she’s taken on a fairly creepy and seemingly kind of dangerous cult all by her lonesome. Now she’s tangling with Jada, who strikes me as tough gal. I’m sure she’s not one to punch a chick in the face for crossing her, but she has Will Smith-money. She can probably afford to make sure every studio, agent, television network, and tiny community theatre off of Melrose asks “Leah who?” when Leah calls.