Leah Remini is not done with her efforts exposing the Church of Scientology. The Hollywood actress is now looking to dig deeper to obtain evidence that could prove the wrongdoings of the controversial religion, and she may be thinking of getting help from the FBI.

Remini recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter to discuss her new plans to uncover the alleged illegal activities of the Church of Scientology. She alluded to “abusive practices” like “sexual abuse and physical abuse” in her interview and said that she intends to gather evidence of such criminal activities so that a federal investigation into the church could be launched.

The “King of Queens” alum said she plans to involve the FBI, the police, the Department of Justice and the IRS in her move to expose her former religion. “If the FBI ever want to get anywhere, all they would need to do is a raid. Everybody who’s ever gone to Scientology has folders and everything you’ve ever said is contained in those folders,” she explained.

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Detailing what she claims are part of the church’s “abusive practices,” Remini cited an example from Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s 1950 book. “Scientology policy dictates that children are grown men and women in little bodies. They believe a 7-year-old girl should not shudder at being passionately kissed. That’s in ‘Dianetics,’” she said, before adding that the parents of young members who get molested are not allowed to confess to the authorities for this is against the church’s policy, Fox News has learned.

Meanwhile, the “Kevin Can Wait” actress also talked about fellow actress Elisabeth Moss, who is currently affiliated with the Church of Scientology. According to her, the “Handmaid’s Tale” star is prohibited from talking to her during the upcoming Emmy Awards ceremony this September. “Moss believes that she can’t talk to me. She believes that I’m an antisocial personality — because I’ve spoken out against Scientology. So she isn’t allowed to talk to me,” Remini explained.

Remini’s interview comes just days before the actress’ show, “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” is scheduled to return to the small screen on Aug. 15. While the freshman run of the show received a lot of support from viewers, the Church of Scientology has vehemently condemned it and even regarded it as Remini’s way of profiting money using the religion’s name.