Leah Remini has been “Making trouble” for the Church of Scientology since she left the controversial religion in 2013.

She’s back with an eight-part docuseries on A&E called “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” which gives a voice to those like her who want the world to know why they no longer call themselves Scientologists.

A preview for the series features Remini reading a letter penned by church spokeswoman Karin Pouw that includes personal and petty jabs at Remini’s celebrity status and the state of her career.

The premiere episode, debuting Tuesday, recalls Remini’s own story of growing up in the church, explaining that the “Promise of Scientology is that you will reach your full potential in all areas of your life … Not only are you fixing yourself, but you’re also helping mankind.”

It’s an attractive promise, and for years Remini was an active member who publicly promoted the church, this is, until she attended Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ wedding in 2006.

“Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” premieres Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST on A&E..