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Leah Remini Slams Scientology After Learning About Her Father's Death A Month Late

Leah Remini has never been afraid to speak out about Scientology — the religion she was a part of for 30 years — and this latest incident is no exception.

In a revealing Instagram post, the King of Queens actress slams the church for not informing her of her father's death, which happened a month ago.

Ever since leaving the Church of Scientology in 2013, Leah Remini hasn't been afraid to speak out against the religion.

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In the season 2 premiere of TLC's Leah Remini: It's All Relative, the actress, who's been a part of the religion since she was nine, spoke out about why she left.

"I decided I didn’t want to raise my daughter in the church because from what I’ve experienced and what I saw was the church becomes your everything," she said.

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"It becomes your mother, your father, your everything. You are dependent on the church."

In 2015, the "King of Queens" actress released her memoir called "Troublemaker."

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In it, she didn't hold back on delivering the dark side of Scientology.

This included how she became a target for questioning the church's actions and how her family members were told to "disconnect" from her after she left the church.

She even created the Emmy-winning A&E series "Scientology and the Aftermath."

The show, which ran for three seasons, showcased her exposing the church's secrets, as well as interviewing other individuals who also left the religion.

The term for those leaving is called "going clear."

Now, Leah is slamming Scientology again; this time, for taking her father's last days away from her.

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In an emotional Instagram post posted Monday, the actress revealed that her dad died a month ago and that she had "no idea" since they've been estranged due to the Church of Scientology.

"On Friday, I received a message from my sister Nicole, who had been contacted by a stranger passing on his condolences for the passing of our father, George Anthony Remini," she began her caption.

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"We had no idea that he had died a month ago. We weren’t aware that he had been sick leading up to his death."

"A funeral came and went and none of us knew anything about it."

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She said that no one was even able to say goodbye.

"He was not able to redeem himself, to ask for forgiveness for his failures and hurts, to become a better man to those of us who couldn’t help but love him."

She continued: "If you read my book, you’ll know my father and I had a difficult relationship, but I always forgave him with a daughter’s painfully endless love and hope."

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"Regardless of his neglect and abuse, I had hoped to one day have some closure."

"I hoped for him to acknowledge who he had been and what he had done to us as his children."

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"That alone would have been healing in its own way. We never got that, yet I can’t help but grieve."

Things took a very emotional turn when she said that "I am angry at myself for crying for someone who didn't ever cry for me."

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"I am angry that I still wanted this man’s love, I’m angry that the last chapter in our relationship was dictated by Scientology."

"Scientology took my dad in as a pawn against me and likely robbed him of any last ounce of heart that might have been left in him."

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She said that she's angry at Scientology for finding his "weak spots" and for getting him on board with their "smear campaign" against her.

"That was his last presence in my life. Knowing my father, after taking the offer from Scientology to betray me, he wouldn’t have thought that he could ever come back from that in our relationship."

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"If he thought that, though, he would have been wrong. I would have forgiven him as I always did."

"The little girls inside of my sisters and me will never forgive Scientology for taking away our last chance to have the one thing we always wanted from our father..."

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"And that was for him to say “I’m sorry and I loved you.”

A spokesperson for the Church of Scientology released a statement to "People" against Leah's post.

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“Leah Remini blames everyone but herself for destroying her relationships. It’s beyond hypocritical," they said.

"She was estranged from her father, who was never a member of the religion, for years and now even exploits his sad passing for tabloid attention.”

Leah has yet to reply to the church's statements.

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Sadly, she's too busy mourning the death of her father.

We're wishing her well during this difficult time!