Church Of Scientology Bends Rules And Lets Tom Cruise To See Suri

Church Of Scientology Bends Rules And Lets Tom Cruise To See Suri
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Some people are shocked at how little Tom Cruise has been able to see his daughter , Suri, since he and Katie Holmes separated, but reports reveal he is getting special treatment from the heads of Scientology to enabling him to see her.

They have already bent the rules for Tom,” the former president of the celebrity center, Nancy Many, told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview. “If Tom was any other Scientologist, including lesser celebrities, he would not be allowed to continue seeing and maintaining communication with Katie or Suri, because they are no longer in Scientology.

So far, because of who he is, Cruise has spent time with Suri, which has already upset the parents and children of existing Scientologists who can’t talk to their loved ones. If he is supposed to be a Scientologist, why don’t the rules for every other member apply to him? she asked.

“When every other person that I have known of leaves Scientology, which Katie did without speaking of it directly, they are instantly shunned,” explained Many. “By rejoining a Catholic Church right afterwards, she made a very public statement of rejection.”

There’s no doubt in my mind that Tom Cruise has been completely brainwashed and has lost touch with reality. The fact that he remains faithful to a Church that does not allow him to see his daughter is a bit absurd. And although they have recently let him come in contact with Suri, I don’t foresee them letting this fly for much longer.

What are you doing Tom? Get the hell out of there before it’s too late.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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