After Laura Prepon confirmed she no longer practices Scientology, Newsweek looks back at other notable celebs who've distanced themselves from the church.
Leah Remini recently held a massive soiree for her 51st birthday with several A-listers in attendance.
The actress asked Saturday whether Bill Maher challenged Osbourne over her responses or if he "coddled" her.
Sharon Osbourne quit "The Talk" in March, and former co-star Sheryl Underwood has opened up about what went down. She is not the first member of the "Talk" team to address the controversy.
Both Osbourne and Morgan had been accused of racism for their comments following Oprah Winfrey's interview of Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.
Former members of the controversial church say that calling Cruise a hero glosses over the alleged dark side of his religion.
"Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath" has now entered the Netflix series charts in the U.S.—and the church has unsurprisingly spoken out about the A&E series in the past.
In an interview with "The Daily Beast," the actress said that the Church of Scientology didn't necessarily need the PPP loans from the government.
"Leah Remini needs an Emmy for tonight I could not stop laughing #DWTS," one user wrote.
One woman claims Scientology members pretended to be her online and solicited sex from strangers. Another says her dog died suddenly of mysterious causes.
Local community expressed shock that religious group holding event where 24-year-old was allegedly murdered by teenager in January.
The actress shared several stories from people who claimed they no longer are in contact with family members due to the church's controversial practices.
"Scientology is very slick in that it's partnered in this Police Activities League with the Hollywood division," Remini told The Daily Beast.
President Donald Trump would invoke an "all-out war" between the IRS and Church of Scientology.
In "Troublemaker," the "King of Queens" actress dishes on Scientology scandal. Also, Tom Cruise.