The 59-year-old actress has debunked report suggesting that her new weightloss project will fund Scientology teaching, stating 'It's bulls**t. It's not true'.
Kirstie Alley has hit back at reports her new weightloss program will fund Scientology teachings, insisting the accusations are "not true". The former Weight Watchers spokeswoman recently launched Organic Liaison LLC after years of battling her size under the glare of the spotlight.
Members pay between $10 and $149 per month to follow the regime, which combines an organic food diet with vitamins and supplements. Recent reports suggested money from the company was channeled directly into the church after links between Organic Liaison and Scientology were uncovered. The firm's accountant, Saul B Lipson, is a known Scientologist whose company is approved by the church and based near its headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. The board also features active Scientologist Michelle Seward.
But Alley, a practicing Scientologist, insists the claims have no merit. She says, "It's bulls**t. It's not true. The address in Clearwater is my accountant, and he's a Scientology Jew."