Tom Cruise slammed a female staff member against a cabinet, regularly abused other staff

Tom Cruise

Ugh. Here’s a photo from Usher’s Twitter page of him having dinner with Tom Cruise and Ridley Scott in London over the weekend. Remember those 2007 rumors about Usher converting to Scientology? Usher is definitely in the thick of it now, and I hate to sound rude, but to quote Stephen King in The Stand, “No big loss.

Today’s episode of Tom Cruise insanity revolves around Tom’s misguided belief that he can bend time and space just because regularly sits for auditing sessions while holding tin cans and has duly paid his way into an OT Level VIII position in the CO$. The information comes via Marty Rathbun’s book, The Scientology Reformation: What Every Scientologist Should Know, which has already received some suspiciously negative reviews from interested parties, i.e. CO$ trolls trying to keep their stats up.

Marty’s words are consistent with both former Sea Org member John Brousseau’s report on “The Hole” (where CO$ execs are disciplined after disappointing David Miscavige) as well as the Vanity Fair story detailing Nazanin Boniadi’s experience with the Tom Cruise wife audition process. Among other things, Marty alleges that Cruise physically assaulted CO$ members at the direction of Miscavige — which we’ve already heard buzzings about a few years ago but not in this detail. In addition, Marty provides his firsthand account of the evening where Tom yelled at Naz for disrespecting Miscavige because he was mumbling, and she inquired, “Excuse me?” If you’ll remember correctly, Naz had already been forced to entertain Miscavige for hours at Tom’s Telluride compound; Tom had ignored her physical pain that she was suffering from intense menstrual cramps and bruising after she fell off a snowmobile. All that mattered to Tom was making Dave happy, and when Naz failed to show Dave the proper “respect,” Tom had one of his underlings remove her from the premises and disciplined for months afterward for her “crimes.” Here is an even more detailed account from that evening:

Tom Cruise

Excerpt from Chapter 8: The Gates Of Hell

…Miscavige’s reaction to my escape was chilling. He ordered John Brousseau, his resident handyman – and the architect of most of the Tom Cruise vehicle and home upgrades – to install prison bars on all windows in the Hole so that no one else could escape.

With me out of the way, Miscavige’s madness was unbridled. He began to tell Tom Cruise tales of having to physically beat the degraded beings in his environment to keep them in line. Cruise followed suit, doing the same to his own staff. Michael Doven, his long-time personal assistant, started receiving regular physical abuse from Tom. Another of Tom’s staff – a woman – was grabbed and slammed up against a file cabinet by Cruise for failing to show him proper respect. He railed and screamed, like Miscavige, when he discovered a near-microscopic chip in a drinking glass handed to him by one of his staff. He was convinced the degraded beings were steadily sabotaging him, stalking him like the zombies from Night of the Living Dead. Tom even physically abused the one-time international spokesperson for Scientology, one Tommy Davis.

Miscavige was happy to have Tom ape his own psychotic behavior. He once briefed the inhabitants of the Hole that Tom was fully informed of their conspiracies to destroy Miscavige. He told the assembled that Tom promised to come to the Hole to give Yager, Ray Mithoff (the highest scriptural authority in Scientology) and the former executor of Mr. Hubbard’s will, Norman Starkey, black eyes if their confessions were not to Dave’s liking. In order to prevent the world’s biggest star from having to do Dave’s dirty work, the leadership within the Hole decided they had better do it first. The eighty staff went into a frenzy of punching and kicking the trio, fattening the lips and blackening the eyes of all three.

By mid-to-late 2004 Tom was so locked in to Miscavige’s spell he was incapable of comfortable socialization with the outside world, at least on an intimate basis. He asked his best friend Dave to help him find a good-looking Scientologist wife, so he would not wind up with another degraded being like his previous two wives…

…During this same trip, Nazanin (the Miscavige chosen Scientologist wife-to-be for Cruise, Nazanin Boniadi) apparently “disrespected” Miscavige in front of Cruise, by seeking to clarify his trademark staccato comments a couple of times. This prompted Cruise to begin showing Nazanin his ugly, “big-being” side. Tom took her into his home office to give her a “reality adjustment” in front of Tommy Davis, who remained quiet the entire time.

Sitting across from Tom at a wide table – like an employee set down for a tongue-lashing from the boss – Nazanin could hardly believe what she was hearing. Tom looked at her like a frustrated, overworked executive, let down by a degraded-being underling. Then he gave her the intense, laser-focus stare. “You don’t get it. It goes like this,” Tom explained. He raised his hand above his head, palm downward. “First, there is LRH.” Moving his hand down a couple of inches, he continued: “Then there is COB (David Miscavige).” He brought his hand down to his own hairline, highlighting the intensity and seriousness of his words: “Then there is me.”

Nazanin looked at him stoically, hiding her shock at Cruise’s performance of his best Jack Torrance – the psychotic killer played by Jack Nicholson in the film The Shining.

“Dave and me, we’re big beings. We are surrounded by DB’s (degraded beings). DBs can’t help but try to destroy big beings. That’s just the way it is in this universe. You have to understand this. This is LRH, man. It’s the plight of the big being getting jumped on by all the degraded beings. You gotta be unreasonable to survive around a big being like me. You can’t be weak. You gotta be strong to protect the big being from all the degraded beings.” Cruise slammed his fist on the table, veins popping out of his neck from the intensity of his tirade.

[From Mark "Marty" Rathbun's Place]

As awful as this sounds for Naz to have endured (and then she was forced into harsh physical labor where she was made to listen to Tom’s Medal of Valor speech on a loop), just think of how terrible it was for Katie to be married to the screamer for five years. Seriously, this is how Tom Cruise thinks of everyone who isn’t himself or David Miscavige. All of those people who buy Tom Cruise’s movie tickets? Degraded beings. Katie Holmes and Suri? Degraded beings. There, I said it. There will be no crisis of faith for Tom over Scientology. He does not blame Scientology for his divorce. Tom Cruise is a “big being,” and all the rest of us cannot help but stand in his way and try to ruin life for him. One day, he and Dave will climb in their little spaceship of love and fly away, and we’ll all regret making fun of Tom and his lifts.

Oh, and here’s a bit of gossip about Tommy Davis, the former head of the Celebrity Centre who went missing a few months ago. Everyone sort of assumed that he’d been tossed into “The Hole” or shipped off to another location for punishment, but Davis has supposedly fled the CO$ and has been bunking with Rathbun, unofficially. And another one bites the dust.

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Tom Cruise

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  1. dorothy says:

    The crazy just keeps coming.Tom dear boy, you are psycho.

  2. Eve says:

    LOL! What a delusional prick.

    Side (serious) note: Ridley Scott looks really depressed in that picture. I can only assume that’s because he recently lost his brother (and so tragically). I hate thinking they asked for that photo op, all smiley and shit, without considering his feelings (but that’s probably the truth).

  3. Amy C says:

    Why you have to be werid all the time tommy? do you really think this gonna help you?

  4. Justaposter says:

    “no big loss”


    *shudder* Tom gets more and more creepy every single day.

  5. MoxyLady007 says:

    He really latched on to being a “big” being didn’t he? He has quite the height complex. “I am big big big I tell you! It’s just a secret! BIG!”

  6. Hautie says:

    Dang, not Tommy Davis.

    Isn’t he one of the big-sh*ts?

    Did he take his Mother with him? Or has she cut him off?

    I bet it is ugly times at the Hole.

    Has anyone seen Miscavige’s wife yet? I am waiting on her to escape. She is the one person I want to hear, what she has to say.

  7. ladybert62 says:

    I simply do NOT understand why people put up with this – they are free to leave this organization and they decide to stay and be treated this way.

    I do not understand what it is that the underlings get out of COS – they must get something out of it which counteracts to some degree the emotional, psychological and physical torture that they endure.

  8. gg says:

    Tom is a level VIII, not III. III is for peons. He’s the mack daddy. Nobody else has reached that level for them to ask him if he really can do all that stuff $cibook said he could do.

  9. I_Observe says:

    First, there’s the Lord of Crazy – LRH

    Then, there’s the current President of Crazy – David

    Then, there’s me – the third in line of crazies.

    So, you less crazy people who still have a little semblance of sanity owing to your contact with the outer world, you’ve got to protect us crazies.

    Oh Tom, what have you got yourself into.

  10. D says:

    I don’t know what’s wrong with these people, but I’m sure it’s difficult to pronounce…

  11. V4Real says:

    I used to love Cruise but now his life reads like something out of Cult Fiction. I just can’t with this man anymore.

    Bye Tommy boy; nice knowing ya.

    BTW push me into a file cabinet and you will end up on your 5 “7″ ass.

  12. G says:

    Wasn’t Usher also rumored to swing for the other team?

    • lucy2 says:

      Interesting…would hardly be the first time someone battling that type of rumor turned to CO$…

    • the original bellaluna says:

      G – Don’t know about that, but he did just gain custody of his two sons from his ex-wife, Tameka Foster, after her son Kile died. A judge in Florida (hmmm, BIG CO$ Centre in FL) awarded him custody. Now he’s selling the house she’s been living in out from under her.

      Makes me think his involvement in CO$ is the reason she fought so hard but still kept her mouth shut about their custody case.

      • Rumorhasit says:

        This is especially distressing, as she has already lost one little boy, but now has the potential to be declared a SP in her other 2 boys lives, her contact limited, and her influence and affection undercut, and perverted, and her boys turned against her, affectively alienating her from her remaining children, a truly horrific scenario…She has stated her case was influenced by Ushers financial contribution to the judges election, and hopes to have the judgement overturned as a mistrial. For her children’s sake I hope this happens..

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Rumor – I hope to God that happens, too! Can she seek (and be granted) a change of venue?

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        I didn’t know he was selling the house. I’m not even a little well-versed in the details of the marriage breakdown and aftermath, but I have seen the tabs be completely unsympathetic to her side. And since it’s just ‘urban gossip’, or something, I haven’t had to consciously tune out the noise as I had with a certain Woodward-free love triangle, so I’m kind of lost.

        I also (hate to admit it) find that I’m pretty unimpressed by the depictions and reader responses concerning black women in the limited number of black-centric entertainment blogs that do exist, as they live and die on stereotypes regardless of whether they’re meant to uplift or demonize, so I find quickly that I just can’t be bothered to sift through that screeching doggerel.

      • Rumorhasit says:

        I read on another site that she has vowed to appeal this custody ruling, in lieu of the judges financial relationship with Usher, and she’s using the contribution to the judges campaign, as a means to get a change of venue.
        This was before I ever heard Usher was into this crazy cult. Now her statement seems less sour grapes the verdict didn’t go her way, and more of a legitimate and urgent care for her sons welfare, and her ongoing relationship with them.
        I can’t see why she shouldn’t get the venue change, unless some pretty deep pockets are filled with Usher residual and tour $. It’s so soon after the disappointing custody verdict, the official paperwork hasn’t yet been filed.
        I can’t even imagine what this poor woman must be enduring at this time, my heart bleeds for her and her entire family.

  13. Jackie O says:

    i hope this information makes it out into the general public…his movie audience must be made aware of how sick this man is.

    maybe if one of the mainstream entertainment shows had the courage to reported this, we may get somewhere.

    • gg says:

      The bigger evil is allowing this crime organization similar to the Mob to exist, especially in tax-free status. Its mere existence is a scab on the face of pacifist belief systems.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Yes. There HAS to be a reason as to why it continues as it does with so much proof of the endangerment and indentured servitude under which the underlings operate and why it never has to bear any accountability and why Lindsay Lohan isn’t some kind of guru of the cult congress under those conditions.

        I dunno, I just got around to seeing The Master last night.

    • Bubbaang says:

      I know I’m only one person, but I can’t pay $10 bucks to see any of his movies. He totally creeps me out.

      Even if I would be compelled to watch an older movie, such as “Jerry Maguire”, I will be picking out some of his character’s behavior wondering how much crazy he really had to reach for… “Show me the money!”

      I’m reading a lot about this crazy nut and his crazy cult and it just keeps getting crazier and scarier. I can just imagine what poor Katie and Suri had to put up with. I’m so glad they got away.

    • Rumorhasit says:

      It would be so much easier to limit Cruises exposure to the masses if people like Ridley Scott, and especially Steven Spielberg, who is a repeat offender, refused to cast him in their big budget movies. The upstanding Jewish Spielberg has no use for Scientology, so why does he have such a Jones for working with Cruise, and thereby promoting this heinous Sci agenda? And indirectly contributing to this offensive, criminal cult.

  14. Ellie66 says:

    Damn how much more secrets are gonna come out? It’s a cult and I can’t understand why anyone would take this shit from them! If Tommy shoved me I would kick him in his nuts! ( if he has any);)

  15. Mira says:

    Does anyone else read David’s last name as miscarriage?

  16. Green_Eyes says:

    Well I wish he would go back to whatever planet he believes they got their powers from or whatever & take all other big beings & true followers w/ him or good & do this planet a huge favor!

  17. dooliloo says:

    I think Mr Ethan Hunt needs a good smack on the head. Unfortunately, it’ll only mess up the robotic wires around in there and make it worse.

  18. CAM says:

    humm… what do Usher and Ridley have in common? Well, they both lost family members recently, which means they make the perfect kind of emotionally vulnerable people Scientology likes to target.

  19. Lizzie K says:

    This organization needs to be sued into oblivion, and state AGs need to file RICO actions against it en masse.

    Brainwashed people can’t consent to torture … they don’t have the legal capacity to consent. This is an evil organization led by an evil man, and it needs to be stopped.

    It’s a disgrace that this level of human degradation is going on without significant protest in the most media-scrutinized city in the world.

  20. dcypher1 says:

    Wow I cant beleive what I just read was do repulsive and horfific. Tom I s delusional with a false sence if entitlement he has a fascist complex it seems. He sounds like he needs to be commited. I just cant believe the govnmnt hasrnt shut this institution down but they wont they make to much money off them secretly.

  21. Paloma says:

    Allegedly, Tommy Davis is missing. Thoughts, anyone?

  22. Christian says:

    Absolutely appalling. F*ck Tom Cruise and f*ck CO$, forever and ever. If anyone is in the mood for another creepy CO$ story, read Vanity Fair’s article titled “The Golden Suicides”. They’re supposedly making a movie out of it. Hopefully it will be better than the enormously underwhelming “The Master”.

    • Paige says:

      Thanks for the heads up. Was gonna drag my boyfriend to see it.

      • Christian says:

        Don’t listen to the critics and cinephiles. It’s awful.

      • TrustMeOnThis says:

        Just saw it and IMO it is worth it. It isn’t “OMG $CIENTOLOGY EXPOSE’!!!” but if you know what you are looking at, it has $ci stamped all over it.

        You get to see how the brainwashing works. Chilling. You just can’t take it super literally, although there are many, many signposts there that point in only one direction, if you are familiar with the cult.

        If you can see it in 70mm, so much the better. The cinematography is amazing. Joachin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams all give excellent performances, as do Laura Dern and the daughter. Mr TMOT liked it as much as I did and he is not at all the $ci-watcher.

  23. TaylorB says:

    I wouldn’t even let my own mother talk to me like that. What an a$$. That guy has two big problems 1. low self esteem (probably because he could play handball off a curb aka. short man syndrome, hence the lifts)and needs a hand to hold 2. at the same time an over inflated ego. It is kinda the perfect storm of a screwed up dude. He needs to both get over himself and learn to accept himself at the same time, and stop dumping all his problems on others and justifying it by calling them SP’s or lesser beings just to make himself feel better about being a jerk.

  24. Londonlou81 says:

    Errr…never mind how batshit the pair are, how bloody short are they?! It’s like a Wizard of Oz munchkin convention at the COS! :-) x

  25. lucy2 says:

    COB surely stands for Crazy Old Bastard, right?
    So glad all this is coming to light, I hope it can someday result in prosecution. And interesting to hear Tommy Davis escaped. Bet he’s got some stories to tell.

    “suffering from intense menstrual cramps and bruising after she fell off a snowmobile”
    I in no way want to make light of this woman’s suffering, but this sentence made me think hmm…celebrities really are different that the rest of us…

  26. Skipper says:

    I was thinking of getting my step daughter hook up with Scientology. She’s a lost little soul.

  27. hmmmpf says:

    “One day, he and Dave will climb in their little spaceship of love and fly away, and we’ll all regret making fun of Tom and his lifts.”

    So snarky, I love it!

    Just hope people will get out of this cult and reunite with their families!
    (Or at least – no one else gets in!)

  28. Zombie Shortcake says:

    I’m glad to hear Tommy Davis defected. Hopefully he will write an extensive public account of all he saw go down and participated in. I wonder if he was a source for the October Vanity Fair article. It reads as though he was likely a source for Marty’s above excerpt.

  29. Paloma says:

    Is Tommy Davis’s mother, Anne Archer, still a cos member? Inquiring minds want to know.

  30. e.non says:

    look how much shorter dave is than tiny tom; damn, he’s teeny tiny.

    and that photo of them saluting one another … oy. it’s beyond weird.

  31. vvy says:

    Glad the truth about Tom being abusive is finally coming out. This is narcissism with a twist of sociopathy in there too. Katie’s life must’ve just been tortuous! I have even more respect for her now, and for Kidman too. Shudder.

    • gg says:

      Which is why it’s so ridiculous when people say … oh, katie knew exactly what she was in for, was complicit and benefited hugely for selling her soul, she is just as bad as Tom, etc.

      If she knew what she was in for, no way would she have gone down that dangerous path and had a baby with Mr. Freak.

  32. Jayna says:

    I believe a lot of things about his COS shenanigans and believe his narcissism is exacerbated by his close involvement with DM, which is alarming in this article, but I will never believe Tom “slammed a woman” up against a metal cabinet.

  33. TheTruthHurts says:

    What I don’t understand is if all these stories are true about Miscavige (and I do believe them), why hasn’t he been prosecuted?

  34. LeslieM says:

    Does anyone else think of Hitler when they picture Cruise saying that with his hand in the air? Anne Archer was on a show not too long ago defending Scientology. I think they must threaten people and their families to keep former members quiet, otherwise enough of them would go to the FBI and start an investigation.

    • ladybert62 says:

      Hi LeslieM!

      That is exactly what I thought of and I started to write a post to that effect but then thought that I was being a little too reactionary and so changed my post to delete the Nazi Salute and Nazi fear tactics comments.

      Glad you mentioned them as that is exactly what I relate the COS to.

  35. Elizabeth says:

    I don’t know if everyone can see it but on my computer just below the 1st photo of TC, there is an advertisement for the Ford Escape SUV 2013. The Escape 2013 – because Katie used the Escape 2012 to get the hell away from Tom! Hilarious coincidence!

  36. Hakura says:

    What I can’t believe is that so many people (involved in COS) have ‘gone missing’, & nothing has been done about it legally. That’s downright terrifying.

    I knew Tom was F-ed up big time, but had no idea just how far it went. God help anyone who threw/shoved me into a file cabinet. He & his lifts would get an upclose tour of the floor.

    • Mrs.Darcy says:

      I know, it’s weird to me. I want to believe the missing are just underground/hiding away somewhere from the COS whackjobs. I don’t get how no one gets investigated for all of this crap, especially as more and more defectors come out with their stories. Surely they are not that rich and powerful, a few hundred Hollywood nut jobs with deep pockets surely cannot buy complete power? I have never heard of or met anyone who was a Scientologist, I just don’t get how they get away with this stuff. Tom Cruise must be an absolute nightmare now that his wife left him if that’s how he acted when things were relatively good in his life. Katie Holmes is one lucky girl to get away from it, she played it so smart. The whole thing is so freaking creepy.

  37. the original bellaluna says:

    Oh my. The brie has DEFINITELY slipped off his Scientology wafer, hasn’t it?

    I’ve said before that I’ve not paid to see a Tom Cruise movie in a theatre since Risky Business, and the last movie I saw with him in it was Tropic Thunder (on HBO), and that’s a position I’ll be maintaining.

    He is nucking futz, and THIS “degraded being” has better things on which to spend her money!! :P

    • Christian says:

      “The brie slipped off the wafer” is a great saying! I’m totally stealing that. I think the only Cruise movies I’ve ever paid to see in a theater are Minority Report, Tropic Thunder, and Vanilla Sky (ugh). I certainly won’t pay for any more (not that many of them are good). That being said, I will totally watch “Interview with a Vampire” any time it’s on TV. I think that’s his best role/performance by far.

  38. Leni says:

    I do not question the gist of this as it makes sense that his ego is that irrational but his ‘first’wife was a Scientologist and still is so I question that, secondly all this that happened “after he was out of the way”-then how does he know?
    I love my Celebitchy-please do not become The Enquirer.

    • SusieQ says:

      Leni, I believe his first wife Mimi Rogers has been out of co$ for a long time.
      I think Marty Rathbun is kinda implying that he received the information from former co$ staff members, hence his mentioning Michael Doven and of course Nazanin.

  39. Cathy says:

    I’ll never regret making fun of Tommy boy and his lifts. Go ahead, fly away. No regrets here.

  40. skuddles says:

    OFF with his balls!

    If Tammy felt justified in assaulting his staff can you imagine what he did to Katie during their marriage? Despicable little worm.

  41. dooliloo says:

    “It’s not a journey. Every journey ends, still I God go on.
    The world turns and it turns on my command. Human brain disappear, I Freak take over.
    But wherever I go, there you are. My Ego, my Ego, my Ego.
    Mission Impossible Possible No.5. Inevitable.”

  42. Kim says:

    Is Lisa Marie Presley still in COS? Also has Tom’s lawyer threaten to Sue yet?

  43. F5 says:

    Poor Ridley Scott.. he looks so sad ;(

  44. jesa says:

    good video about the ‘Missing Tommy Davis”

    Lisa Marie and Mimi Rogers have both left

  45. carol says:

    lotta people out there w/ a lotta problems

  46. Greta says:

    On Marty Ratburn’s site, he basically outs TC and DM and accuses them of serial felonies. You’d have to read the comments to see this. Ratburn says his knowledge is based not upon his “auditing” of the BigBoy, so he’s not breaking any confidences in their pseudo-therapeutic relationship.
    Personally, I think Ratburn is as crazy as the others, he simply wants to head up a newer, kinder religion of Scientology. Nutjobs all.

  47. La Calabaza says:

    FBI should be investigating them. CO$ cannot go unpunished.

  48. carol says:

    i hope tom cruise reads these comments or even people from that science place

  49. carol says:

    a leopard doesn’t change ** its ** spots. ( it’s means, it is ).

  50. DT says:

    I’m no fan of Scientology. It’s a cult. However, the behavior described does not sound any weirder/more violent or obnoxious than half the Hollywood A-list actors, producers, directors. It’s a nasty business that makes a home for behavior that would get you arrested anywhere else.

  51. SusieQ says:

    If you enjoy reading CB’s cult posts and you haven’t read Tony Ortega’s new blog, Ortega Underground, you really should. The comments sections are a mine of information.

    For instance, if you want to know the real reason Steven Spielberg won’t have anything to do with Cruise now, you’ll find your answer there.

    Reading what Cruise did makes me despise him even more and I totally believe he is capable of physical violence against his staff.

  52. Memphis says:

    The amount of hush money paid out by this group must be enormous…

    For them to be left alone ( by the entire justice system) free to continue to committ criminal acts under the guise of being a church just shows how deep their pockets run.

    I guess money talks. Sick bastards.

  53. handsome man saved me from the monsters says:

    But will he sell as many albums as Chris Brown? I think ri has found a man with the balls (fists) to deal with her. Ri for toms new beard!

  54. DanaG says:

    Why does Tom Cruise still get work? People need to stop buying tickets to his movies and start showing him his behaviour is just unacceptable. I wish he really would get called out on all this bad stuff he is doing. Maybe an assault charge or to would be good. Can you imagine what Katie and Nicole went through. No wonder Nicole miscarried! He hasn’t seen Suri in what 2 months that is truly a good thing.

  55. la chica says:

    Make him feel it in the only place that matters — boycott his movies. No one should support an abusive person. He’s no different from Fist Brown whose music I refuse to listen to or purchase. Remember the power of your purses people!

    • TG says:

      I am making it count. I don’t watch, purchase any movie, product, magazine, song, video, or anything that tiny tom, halle berry, Chris Brown or Rihana are a part of. There are other celebs who annoy me and I can’t stand but I still might see a movie they do, but these four have crossed the line for various and obvious reasons and I will not ever support either of them again and I will not let my family do so either. If it is determined that Usher is a part of this I will add him to my list as well. Why hasn’t his ex brought up his cult affiliation if that is the case?

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Glad I’m not the only one, TG. TC’s been on my “do not watch list” for quite some time (as have Ahnold, Halle, Ri, and CB). And Usher was added to my list when he cheated on Chili, so I can’t say that I’m impacting his CURRENT revenue, but I maintain my position!

        How many of us boycotting these assholes will it take?

    • candigirl says:

      Thank You!
      Not one of us has to support an abusive person.
      There is no entertainment worth watching if you know he was beating people up while doing it.
      This makes sense of the photos I’ve seen of his daugher Isabella, she looks like she is used to abuse. Please keep exposing this horrible and sick cult and the idols it promotes.
      Jim Jones was a Master in his sick abusive Cult for a while too, take heed Tom.

  56. CarolinaBelle says:

    Not making this up–when I put the name “Tom Cruise” into the Honey Boo Boo name generator, the output was “Tootie Crazy.” If the name fits…

  57. Lindsay says:

    I feel for Cruise’s adopted daughter, Isabella.
    Whenever I see pictures of her with her brother Connor, you can tell that Connor is the favoured one.
    He is the man! Or at least, he thinks so.
    He is always decked out in fancy clothes, bling bling, he’s got perfect skin hair & teeth. Isabella… not so much.

    Now we know why Katie always looked so drained when she was with Tom.

  58. Kosmos says:

    Gotta say, I’m really sick of Tom stories…he’s always been the kind of guy who thinks he’s soooo important. We get it, Tom. You’re going to spend your life over-compensating for not having had a good childhood, and Scientology gave you the vehicle to do that. I’m so tired of him.

  59. Haha says:

    some1 needs to introduce him to video games…so he can see whats reality, and whats not.
    And him slamming people against WHAT?
    Did he have his high boots on, cause i cant explain to myself how someone can let TOM hit them? WHO has more lower selfesteem than him?

  60. Suzie says:

    Wow, if this is true, it’s control-freakism at quite an extreme! Action Man Tom could do with a few WWE head slams on a desk, but David may be past help with his superiority complex.

  61. LakeMom says:

    How is it Tom Cruise has all this power? He is only an actor and not a particularly good one either. I hope the public stays away from his movies in droves. Every time they buy a ticket to one of his movies it only subsidizing the CO$ and furthering the abuses of others at the hands of these delusional narcissists DM and TC.

  62. Green is Good says:

    If even HALF this crazy is true , can you imagine the real shit going down?!

    When are Tommy and David “Miss Cavige” announcing their wedding date? Seriously . Come outta the closet.

    Notice Tommy’s BFF Is shorter than him? Hilarious . How is that possible?

  63. LondonLou81 says:

    Never mind the fact that they are both obviously batshit, *HOW* short are they?! It’s like a ‘Wizard of Oz’ munchkin-land reunion at the COS!

  64. carol says:

    Please, Tom. Ask Kate Plus Eight to go out. She would be a great match for you. She would control you reeeeeal good.

  65. Daniel says:

    why doesn’t the government revoke their tax free status and/or shut them down? This cult needs to go away.

  66. Missy F. says:

    Wow, Tommy is with Marty?? That is huge news indeed. Huge. Remember years back when Tommy’s mom, Anne Archer, verbally abused a reporter for asking about CO$? She really hasn’t been seen in any movies in years and I’m sure her nutty actions in regards to CO$ had something to do with that. CO$ derails successful Hollywood careers, when it promises to deliver successful Hollywood careers to anyone who hands over bags of money to themm.

  67. ViloDeMenus says:

    Both of them are creepy, creepy little men who are barely functional. Don’t you need to be able to read well, Tom can’t and both he and DM dropped out of high school so neither of them are remotely well educated. Tom’s almost a perfect pigeon when you think of it, dumb, rich and vain glorious. DM learned how to steal from rich from LRH, the best at parting people from their money in order to defraud in the name of religion.

    Both Tom and DM are a couple of chuckleheads. Anyone who pays a dime to see that fraud in a movie is a fool.