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Scientology Accuses A&E, Leah Remini of Inciting Church Murder - 2019-01-14

F117.png Scientology Accuses A&E, Leah Remini of Inciting Church Murder January 14, 2019, Seth Abramovitch, Hollywood Reporter

A grisly attack that left one 24-year-old Scientologist dead and another 16-year-old church member behind bars is being blamed by the organization on Leah Remini and her A&E docuseries Scientology and the Aftermath.

The incident occurred on Jan. 4 outside Scientology headquarters in Sydney, Australia. The victim, Chih-Hen Yeh, originally from Taiwan, was a Scientology security worker. Yeh was escorting a female church member to a "purification ceremony" when the woman's teenaged son stabbed him in the neck with a large kitchen knife, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. Yeh died later in a hospital emergency room.

The assailant's name is being withheld. Charged with murder, he is currently being held without bail and awaits a Feb. 19 children's court appearance.

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{{cite news | first = Seth | last = Abramovitch | title = Scientology Accuses A&E, Leah Remini of Inciting Church Murder | url = https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/scientology-accuses-a-e-leah-remini-inciting-church-murder-1176024 | work = Hollywood Reporter | date = January 14, 2019 | accessdate = February 5, 2019 }}