Although it's still unclear why Presley made a decision to leave, a disclosed source mentioned that she's had a hard time since her daughter, Lisa Marie, left the group in 2014.
It looks like the celeb has decided it is better for her if she quits the controversial Church, even though she'd been a full-fledged member for no less than four decades!
The actress reportedly first joined 40 years ago after the death of her husband Elvis and found it hard to stay when her daughter Lisa Marie left in 2014.
Family pressure: Insiders close to the show biz stalwart said that Priscilla's decision was hastened by her daughter Lisa Marie's departure from the church. "They were taking my soul, my money, my everything".
"Priscilla reached out to John Travolta after Elvis died in 1977 and that's how she ended up in the church", a source said.
Daily Mail reports that 72-year-old Presley announced that she'd "had enough" after walking away from the group completely this month.
Lisa Marie cryptically told USA Today in 2012 she "was slowly starting to self-destruct" and "devastated" amid issues with her inner circle.
Scientology, founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard in 1955, has been the subject of controversy for years.
While Hollywood top-guns like Tom Cruise and John Travolta continue to be associated with the Church, over the years, several A-listers - including Cruise's exes Katie Holmes and Nicole Kidman - have quit being a part of the faith. The latter described it as an "evil cult", adding: 'Everyone who's left has left quietly.
Having spent almost three decades as a Scientologist, 47-year-old Remini seems to have taken it upon herself to dismiss the faith and its teachings, which has oft been the subject of debate.
Despite the fact that the cult has been having a awful rep, especially since former member Leah Remini has started her war against it, many A-listers, such as John Travolta and Tom Cruise are still in its ranks.