'Remini': Mentally ill ex-Scientologist claims he was 'locked in a room' for treatment - 2017-01-11

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F367.png 'Remini': Mentally ill ex-Scientologist claims he was 'locked in a room' for treatment January 11, 2017, Erin Jensen, USA Today

Set in sunny Los Angeles, Tuesday's Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath shared another dark account of a former parishioner's time in the Church.

The latest episode of the A&E docuseries introduced viewers to Brandon Reisdorf, a sufferer of mental illness who alleged he did not receive the proper care from members of the religious organization.

"From a psychiatry point of view, he had bipolar issues," Brandon's mother Lois, a Scientologist for 22 years, confided to the camera. "We didn't even know that at that time. All we knew is that he was having problems. So even though we had left the Church, we were trying to handle it with Scientology."

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