Rupert Murdoch Slams Tom Cruise, Scientology Denies Stalking Katie Holmes

AceShowbizRupert Murdoch Slams Tom Cruise, Scientology Denies Stalking Katie HolmesAceShowbizThe News Corporation executive rips the 'Rock of Ages' actor due to his close ties to Scientology, while the church itself dismisses rumor that it's tailing the 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark' actress. In the wake of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes divorce ...Creepy crew reportedly from Church of Scientology keeping tabs on Katie Holmes ...New York Daily NewsTom Cruise's Attorney Hopes Divorce Won't Be "Contentious"The Daily Blabber from iVillageCustody, images at stake in Cruise-Holmes divorceThe Morning JournalChicago Tribune -Hattiesburg American -Newsdayall 452 news articles »

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