Somebody put on the tea for Leah Remini!

The "King of Queens" actress is getting ready to spill it all in a forthcoming memoir about her time as a Scientologist, titled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, Ballantine Books announced Thursday.

Trioublemaker will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Remini tweeted the cover of the book, adding, "Very excited about this..."

Remini joined the church at the age of 10, and left in 2013, allegedly because she had been criticizing Scientology leadership. "I'm not about to shut up," she said at the time of her exit, though she also noted she didn't want to come off as bitter.

Former Scientologist Leah Remini shows support for tell-all documentary 'Going Clear'

Since splitting from her former faith, both the church and her friends still in it have come after her. The Church of Scientology issued a statement to People in 2014 saying Remini had "an insatiable craving for attention," and her former pal Kirstie Alley slammed her for being a "bigot."

Remini, on the other hand, has no regrets about her decision. She said the best part about not being a Scientologist any more is getting to drink again.