Will Tom Cruise leave Scientology for Suri?

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Will Tom Cruise leave Scientology for Suri?

Performing artist Tom Cruise is purportedly prepared to leave Scientology as he has not possessed the capacity to meet his little girl Suri for a long time because of the Church of Scientology’s strict tenets.

Will Tom Cruise leave Scientology for Suri”? :“On the off chance that he needs her back, he’ll need to leave the congregation, which has been a tremendous piece of his life, most definitely. Leaving Scientology would be the hardest choice he will ever need to make,” a source said.

The father-girl pair was last captured together out in the open in August 2012, when he took her to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Will Tom Cruise leave Scientology - Newscrane.comHis previous spouse, performing artist Katie Holmes, has full care of Suri after the on-screen character petitioned for separate in July 2012, finishing their five-and-a-half years of marriage. Following her separation from Cruise, Holmes came back to the Catholic Church.

In September 2017, it was accounted for that “Katie has developed so worn out, disillusioned, and disappointed with Tom’s nonattendance as a father”.

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Tom Cruise with his daughter, Suri, New York, 2012

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“Tom does not set aside a few minutes for Suri and she has figured out how to manage not having her dad around,” said the source.

“As Suri develops into a young lady, she is adapting more about who her dad is on the planet and about his bustling way of life as a megastar performing artist. However, that does not make things any simpler for the kid.”

Journey joined Scientology in 1990 and has been a blunt supporter for the religion from that point forward. In light of the encounters of previous Scientologists, leaving the congregation would not be a simple change.

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