Tom Cruise could, allegedly, lose Scientology amid criticisms against the religion.
According to Woman’s Day, Tom Cruise sacrificed a lot for Scientology. However, all his sacrifices and efforts could go to waste once the religion closes.
The religion is embroiled in a slew of criticisms following the death of John Travolta’s wife, Kelly Preston, and Lisa Marie Presley’s son, Benjamin Keough.
Scientology, allegedly, discourages its followers from taking medications for mental illness and addiction. However, Keough, reportedly, died by suicide amid his mental health battle.
Will Scientology close down following the deaths of two members?
Preston, on the other hand, succumbed to cancer. And Scientology also, allegedly, discourage members from taking medications for the illness.
“It’s safe to say that David Miscavige – and by proxy Tom Cruise, who is accepted as Miscavige’s second in command – is losing his grip on his empire. The church is facing court for claims of literal human trafficking and reports are coming out of mistreatment of lowly non-celebrity followers,” the unnamed source said.
Tom Cruise allegedly doesn’t have a relationship with Suri because of his religion
Throughout the past couple of years, Cruise also bore the brunt of the personal cost of beliefs. Several publications have been saying that Cruise doesn’t have a relationship with his daughter, Suri, because of Scientology.
Tom Cruise also, allegedly, lost Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes because of his religion.
“While he’s managed to keep some, mostly nostalgic, big movie roles in his recent years like Top Gun: Maverick and Mission: Impossible sequels, there’s no doubt his links to Scientology have made him a pariah in some Hollywood circles. If other big names walk away from the church, his sacrifices for Scientology will all be for nothing,” the source said.
Leah Remini slams Scientology’s poster child Tom
Former Scientologist Leah Remini recently exposed Cruise’s dark side. While speaking with The Daily Beast, Remini said that Cruise has always gotten away with being a “nice guy” because that’s what Scientology policy says.
“To create good PR in the world and make those ‘good actions’ known. If you look at his actions, they’re not consistent,” she said.
Remini also revealed how she received flak for questioning why Cruise is the poster child for Scientology. After all, Cruise cannot keep his marriages.
“I learned pretty quickly that that’s not something you should be doing, because Tom Cruise is considered a messiah in Scientology. This is a man who has not even seen his own daughter in years. That this guy can be running around and having people think he’s this super-nice guy, I don’t get it. But that’s the Hollywood [expletive] game people play,” Remini said.