The Church of Scientology is fighting back against claims made in the second episode of Leah Remini's docu-series.
In Tuesday night's all-new Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, former member Mike Rinder opens up about his life after leaving the church. At the same time, he drops an allegation that the church may have been watching him with a hidden camera.
"We got an anonymous letter in our mail box saying you shouldn't be associating with your neighbor. And I go, 'Wait a minute? Where are they watching from?'" he explained to Leah. "So I walked up around the street and I went, ‘Oh, right there.' There's this stupid bird house that I've seen a hundred times, never even giving it a second thought to and so I went and got a ladder and I walked over there, opened the lid and there's a camera inside of the bird house pointing at our house."
While a sneak peek of the episode features home video of the camera in question, the church is adamant that Mike cannot be trusted.