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Tom Cruise's Lawyer: No, Srsly! Scientology Played NO Part In Settlement!

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Bert Fields is sooo over the Scientology rumors!

According to the talented attorney, Tom Cruise's religion was not involved in his and Katie Holmes' divorce settlement what-so-ever!

In fact! He just gave a statement, insisting:

"Let me be very clear about this. The Church of Scientology played absolutely NO ROLE in the divorce settlement talks at all. Period. The mere suggestion that the Church was involved in any element of the talks and ultimate settlement is categorically false. Anyone suggesting otherwise is just wrong."

See? We told you he's over it.

And it looks like Tom is too! He's back to filming Oblivion, looking as happy as he can given the recent circumstances.

Meanwhile, Katie and Suri are probably shopping somewhere in the Big Apple, living their royal lives as usual! Ha!

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12 comments to “Tom Cruise's Lawyer: No, Srsly! Scientology Played NO Part In Settlement!”



  1. 1

    PH…Katie has already registered with a local Catholic Church in NYC. You gotta lotta catching up to do.

  2. Tina says – reply to this


    2

    Katy had Tom over a barrel. She obviously had some serious dirt on him and the Church for him to fold so quickly. Kudos to her dad for giving her good legal advice and filing in NY. This story that they did this amicably was for Suri is just plain bull. I'm glad that it didn't turn into a legal battle, but as misguided as I think Ms.Holmes was for marrying Tom Cruise in the first place, at least she was smart enough to have herself an "insurance policy". I bet that woman collected more dirt than a vacuum in five years. Smart woman to cover her behind. Of course, we will never know this info as I'm sure that was her bargaining chip- give me my kid and my freedom or I'm singing like a bird. I think she had some explosive info on Scientology than the "Church" wants anyone to ever know.

  3. Tina says – reply to this


    3

    Re: poodlewithamohawk – HUMPH, I'm sure she swayed a lot less further away from the Catholic church or the way she was raised (spiritually speaking) than anyone thinks.



  4. 4

    Is Bert Fields a Scientologist? Does he routinely represent Scientologists? In my experience with the organization blatant lying is routinely employed in public relations. I find it very hard to take statements at face value from a source that's been established as ritually, compulsively misrepresenting itself. Just like I wouldn't be able to trust an individual I knew to be a serial liar. Maybe what Mr. Fields asserts is true but I find that very hard to believe based on knowledge of and experience with Scientology.



  5. 5

    This isn't a story anymore, Perez. The fucking horse is dead, so stop beating it. It would be one thing, MAYBE, if you'd fucking keep up with what's out there, but you're always so god damned late stealing tidbits from other sites that it's just stupid. Not only are you a lazy piece of shit, but you're always a late lazy piece of shit. No wonder everyone hates you.



  6. 6

    not believing word one A) he's an atty, B) client is big time stupidologist. a) attys LIE b) stupidologists lie ipso facto no truth at all in this statement.

  7. Jojo says – reply to this


    7

    This is a statement from a lawyer. Enough said.



  8. 8

    Sorry but I do not believe him - he is a lawyer.



  9. 9

    Yawn

  10. Ags says – reply to this


    10

    To build on teeter totter's comment, this is statement is from a lawyer hired by scientology so really would anything else be expected?
    What makes me mad is that anything questioned about this cult including mystery deaths(the leader's very own wife) follows with a response from the cult memebers saying no that's not true or something to that effect and we just accept it like oh ok see they said it's not true. This cult needs to be exposed - they don't deserve a tax exemption.

  11. Magan says – reply to this


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    This story is far from over Yes You You Bore Me. If it was, the tabloids wouldn't still be talking about it. As far as Katie goes, I believe she had something big on Tom or scientology or both. Either way, I think it would hurt Tom badly. To bad we won't don't know what it is. I'd love to hear what it was.

  12. Cam says – reply to this


    12

    Were over Bert and Tom's lies.