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Jan 13, 2008 Scientology holds sway in banning Cruise book — The Age (Australia)
Jan 11, 2008 Tom Cruise is clearly bonkers — Daily Telegraph (Australia)
Daily Telegraph (Australia)
THE new Andrew Morton biography of Tom Cruise has it wrong: Tom is definitely not gay. He is, however, quite bonkers and whatever it is that's driving him is clearly much weirder than being merely gay. I'm thinking something along the lines of that episode of
The Simpsons in which Selma marries Troy McClure only to discover that he has a fish fetish. To paraphrase a quote: Gay? I wish! Yes, Tom Cruise is strange. Stranger still, however, is the fact ... Jan 10, 2008 Tom Cruise and His Bully Pulpit — New York Times
Jan 8, 2008 Author is cruising for a bruising — The Times (South Africa)
Jan 8, 2008 Cruise pop-ping mad over bizarre Suri sire tale — New York Post
Cynthia R. Fagen
New York Post
Mega-star Tom Cruise went ballistic over the potshot claim in a blistering new biography that daughter Suri was fathered by dead Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard using his frozen sperm, the actor's lawyer said yesterday. "He's very angry," lawyer pal Burt Fields said after speaking with Cruise about the soon-to-be-released bio. Fields said that the worst of all the allegations lobbed at his longtime pal, including the sway Scientology bigwigs had over the actor's 2001 divorce from Nicole Kidman, was the ...
Jan 8, 2008 No sex life tapes on Nicole, say Scientologists — News.com.au
Jan 7, 2008 Cruise is second most powerful Scientologist, Morton book claims — The Independent (UK)
Jan 7, 2008 Cruise's camp bashes Morton, unauthorized bio — MSNBC
Jan 7, 2008 Diana author names Tom Cruise as 'World Number Two in Scientology' — Daily Mail (UK)
Daily Mail (UK)
[Picture]'All lies': Cruise is considering a lawsuit
Star's fury over claims by Diana author Andrew Morton:
• Daughter by Katie Holmes "conceived like Rosemary's Baby"
• Nicole Kidman "feared blackmail" over sex tapes made with Scientologists
• Scientologists "planted meadown of flowers for Tom and Nicole to run through"
• Cruise's next mission is to recruit David Beckham
Tom Cruise has become the de-facto second in command of the Church of Scientology, according to a new biography - which makes an ...
Jan 7, 2008 Is Tom Mr Big in alien church? — The Sun (UK)
Jan 7, 2008 Morton's Cruise Bio Claims Actor Is Scientology's Number Two — The Book Standard
Jan 7, 2008 Scientologists 'threatened to blackmail Nic' — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Jan 7, 2008 SURI-OUSLY LOONY CLAIM — New York Post
Jan 7, 2008 Tom Cruise Biography Leaves Door Open For Oddsmakers — Gambling911.com
Jan 6, 2008 A Tale of Two Cruises — FilmStew
Jan 6, 2008 Cruise attacked in shock bio — Daily Telegraph (Australia)
Jan 6, 2008 Cruise biography could prompt dispute — UPI
Jan 6, 2008 Explosive New Tom Cruise Biography Slams Scientology — FOX News
Jan 6, 2008 SLAMS VS. SECT IN TELL-ALL ON TOM — New York Post
Dec 18, 2007 BRITISH AUTHOR'S ON 'CRUISE' PATROL — New York Post
New York Post
A Tom Cruise bio is about to drop upon us. St. Martin's Press is thrilled. Tom Cruise is maybe less thrilled. The thing is unauthorized. Also possibly unwanted and unappreciated. In fact, its title is "Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography."
The author is Andrew Morton, same Brit gent who unwrapped Princess Diana and Monica Lewinsky, of whom you may have heard. He spent two years on Operation Tom Cruise. Talked to chums, teachers, even old girlfriends who were his young girlfriends ...
Nov 23, 2007 The Church of Scientology: An Apology — Daily Express (UK)
Daily Express (UK)
On November 11 in the page 12 column headed 'Cruise's fury at Morton' it was reported that Andrew Morton had run into serious trouble when writing a biography of Tom Cruise because of threats from Scientologists.
It is now accepted that this is not true and that Mr Morton has not received threats or that he was forced to sell his flat and move underground to write the book.
We apologise to the Church of Scientology and its members for the ...
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