Leah Remini Filed A Missing Persons Report On David Miscavige’s Wife? DAMN.

August 8th, 2013 // 43 Comments
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Earlier in the week, there was talk that Leah Remini was shopping a multi-million dollar book deal that would expose the innermost workings of the Church of Scientology. Turns out she had other more epic plans to directly cock-punch the church starting with, oh I dunno, filling a missing persons report on David Miscavige‘s wife. Don’t fuck with Brooklyn. The Underground Bunker reports:

After speaking with the Los Angeles Police Department, we have confirmed that on Wednesday Remini filed a missing-person report for Scientology leader David Miscavige’s wife, Shelly Miscavige, who has not been seen in public in six years.
As we reported when we broke the news July 8 of Remini’s departure from Scientology, one of the main reasons she began to question her involvement in the church was discovering at the wedding of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes in November 2006 that Miscavige was there without his wife, who had disappeared without explanation. When Leah asked about it, then church spokesman Tommy Davis told her, “You don’t have the fucking rank to ask about Shelly.”

For those of you who don’t get why this is a big fucking deal, Shelly Miscavige has been missing since 2005 and has reportedly been locked in a secret Los Angeles compound (or killed) for the grievous sin of.. rearranging her husband’s office. Although, in fairness, she also figured out he was constantly cheating on her, so if Leah Remini wants to leave a religion that denies a man the right to imprison the wife he’s tired of having sex with, well then, she’s free to do so. After we zap her brain with lasers to erase all memory of Tom Cruise and lock her in the belly of ship, of course. We’re reasonable people.

UPDATE: They, uh, they found her.

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  1. joe

    What a coincidence! Miscavige already has one filled out for Leah. Just missing a date.

  2. Leah Remini has always struck me as being an odd mix of sweet, sassy, and totally bad-ass.

  3. EricLR

    Oh snap, now they bring the private detectives, lawyers, and other character assassins out in full force. You fucked with the wrong crazy-ass-space-cult, missy!!

  4. my 2 cents

    I always liked her until I found out she was a Scientologist, then I thought she was a dumb ass and was disappointed. Now she has totally redeemed herself! Come on Leah, let em have it! I’d buy a book exposing Scientology written by her. Tom Cruise, you might want to jump ship soon, a shit storm may be heading your way.

    • …remember the original “tribble” episode of start trek? there was a scene in which a brawl broke out between crew members and klingons, and when kirk questioned the crew afterward, he asked scotty what happened that started the fight, scotty recounted a series of insults the klingon had leveled, one of which was directed at captain kirk, but scotty held it together, it was’nt until the klingon insulted the enterprise that scotty finally lost it and socked him.

      …that’s how i see leah remini …she was fine with all the looney-tunes “religious doctrine”, she was fine with shoveling huge piles of cash into the “church” coffers, she was fine with all the batshit crazy stuff the church has done over the years, BUT, as soon as this dude tells her to shut her fucking trap, THAT’S when she loses her shit …it aint about the wife, this was a “OH NO YOU DIH-INT!!!” moment from a fiery brooklyn italian chick …whom i too used to think was smokin’ hot, until i found out she was an inmate of that asylum.

  5. They’re going to show Remini where Miscavige’s wife is by putting her in an unmarked hole right next to her.

    • Brent

      That may be pretty damn close to the truth. A few years ago German police busted up a Scientology group that was also a pedophile ring, and they found that the group was using a large underground wine cellar to hold the children in cages.

      • bianca06

        The CoS really is a pretty messed up bunch.
        The BBC did a documenty on them about 18 months ago

        The government here in the UK along with most everyone else in the European Union have them on surveillance lists because of stuff like breaking into government buildings and kidnapping members that the CoS has been caught engaging in.

      • schmidtler

        And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for those damned meddling kids and their fucking dog! Oh well, looks like it’s back to scaring elderly amusement park owners into selling on the cheap.

  6. I bet this goes nowhere. The wife has been “missing” for a long while and it hasn’t really been a secret. Questions about this have been going on for a long time, yet the wife is still missing. I doubt a missing person’s report is the previously missing piece to sort the matter out. I do think it’s a big ol’ fuck you to $cientology though, so I wholeheartedly approve.

    • Dave in Denver

      I disagree; unless someone has a history of running away or just “up-and-leaving” the authorities treat missing persons reports pretty seriously. This is especially true if abuse and/or some kind of foul-play may be involved.
      David Miscavige and the Co$ may be able to put the police off for a short time, but eventually Shelly Miscavige (or at least someone claiming to be Shelly Miscavige) will have to step forward or the heat will get turned up REAL HIGH.
      After OJ killed his ex-wife Nicole and Ron Goldman most states updated/enhanced alot of spousal abuse laws to make it eaiser to initiate and conduct investigations that deal with and reports of incidences of abuse. David Miscavige, Tom Cruise, and the Co$ can hold their breath & spamp their feet all they want; but until Shelly Miscavige (or a near enough clone) comes forward this ain’t going away.

      • You’re fucking delusional. Plenty of PDs across the country blow off investigating missing person cases due to overwork, incompetence, bias or just not fucking caring. A classic example is a NM family who was told by the cops that their missing brother/son/uncle “was an adult and had the right to not contact them if he wanted to” – this was, of course, after his wife reported that he’d run off to join his gay lover. Eight years later his body was finally found under a concrete slab in his ex-wife’s back yard, and that was only because the family hired an independent investigator. Unless the person is wealthy and/or famous or the family really makes a pain in the ass of themselves, missing persons reports get essentially round-filed every damn day.

        “The heat”, as you term it, won’t get turned up easily at all, because you need evidence to get a search warrant to investigate anything that would even bring “the heat” in the first place. The wealthy and powerful are very good at insulating themselves against nuisances like police investigations, and can bring a lot of weight to make them go away. So unless the Feds are now investigating missing persons cases, don’t hold your breath.

      • Didn’t several members of the Unabomber’s family file missing person reports on him, which the coppers proceeded to completely ignore for years, while loony tunes Kaczynski continued living in his shack building and mailing bombs? I think I remember that coming up when he finally got caught, and the cops’ response as to why they didn’t do anything with all the missing person reports on the unabomber were ‘uh, we don’t actually investigate missing persons reports on adults’.

    • It will go nowhere. Which, of course, will be a Miscavige of justice.

      I’ll just see myself out.

    • Anything that makes them have to acknowledge her existence, and hopefully it is still in the present tense, is good. It may well not go anywhere, in the end. Something tells me this is something they have down to a science. As it were.

      But it will make the fuckers sweat.

      • def make those fuckers sweat. They haven’t cleared up any of the goddamn weirdness regarding that fuck and his apparently still alive wife. It’s been a bad couple weeks for Co$, but ultimately it’s just decreased profit for this quarter. Fortunately people are dumb enough to rationalize/justify/forget about this fuck and his wife just like all the other questionable abuse stuff… well that and the obvious horseshittedness of the whole outfit.

  7. Serious question for those who know CA law: does Remini have standing to even file such a report?

    • I’m no lawyer, but it appears that any “reporting person” can file a report: http://oag.ca.gov/missing

    • The problem is, if Shelly Miscavige didn’t live in CA, there’s no guarantee that this will go anywhere past that filing. A courtesy filing normally gets sent to the jurisdiction where the missing person lived, so that the appropriate agency can (in theory) start an investigation – but since Miscavige doesn’t technically own any of the places he stays in, any more than he owns the jets he flies around in, just what jurisdiction is that, exactly? His primary residence could be the same as Sea Org’s, in Clearwater, FL, or it could be Hemet in CA. Good luck guessing.

  8. Cock Dr

    Never underestimate an angry woman.

  9. Barcham

    That takes balls but I guess that will put an end to any hopes she had to continue her career. Good luck, Leah! You’re going to need it against those lunatics!

  10. This might be a tough case for the LAPD to crack. Both sides involve celebrities, so how do they know who to not punish?

  11. Never fuck with a Brooklyn bitch.

  12. bingo was his name

    “When Leah asked about it, then church spokesman Tommy Davis told her, ‘You don’t have the fucking rank to ask about Shelly’.”

    Tommy Davis [Anne Archer's son] has been missing ever since Katie left Cruise….hmmm…


  13. Thandrale

    I hope she has good security. This is like going after the Mafia. I’ve always liked Leah. I’d hate for something to happen to her.

  14. man

    think she lives in southern Europe, under an assumed identity, the rich members are unknowingly funding her lifestyle, the whole cult is a scam, is a way to get rich for the cult leader and his family, if people were allowed to talk about anything they want, the cult would have been dissolved decades ago, now it seems they are getting away with murder, because it is all about SHUT UP and PAY and let us BRAINWASH so you think like we tell you to think

  15. papastryfe

    I wonder if this is going to end like Waco at some point.

  16. That’s awesome! If the Miscavige woman is perfectly fine, produce her and have her interviewed by the cops. Loving this!
    I think Leah will be safe, because if anything happens to her the COS will be blamed immediately. :)

  17. Damn. Don’t fuck with Brooklyn indeed.

  18. Jenn

    If she even slips in the shower, these wackjobs will get blamed. It’s awesome.

  19. After six years? Was she mad at the bitch or something?

  20. Porkpie

    We all know that Miscavige killed his wife so he could screw Tom Cruise. Tom is actually taller than Miscavige, so it is his first shorter lover. He likes that when he kisses Miscavige, he doesn’t have to stand on a wooden block. They have a LOT of gay butt-love, which I don’t have a problem with. I DO have a problem with killing your wife so you can bugger another guy.

  21. She is my hero. She put up with Co$ AND Kevin James for years. That is super-human endurance!

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