Scientology Talks About Tom Cruise’s First Wife Divorced: Book


The Church of Scientology is so desperate to keep star member Tom Cruise happy that he’s willing to go to nearly any distance to do so — including spending huge amounts of money and even helping to break up his marriage.

In his new book,A Billion Years: My Escape from a Life at the Top of Scientology,” Mike Rinder, a senior in the church—who left Scientology in 2007, at age 52, having been involved in the church since he was a child—writes that Cruise became infatuated with his co-star Nicole Kidman while filming the 1990 auto race. The movie “Days of Thunder”.

But there was one big problem: He was still married to first wife Mimi Rogers, the actress who introduced him to Scientology.

So, writes Rinder, Church went on a mission to get Rogers out of the picture and make Cruise’s dream of being with Kidman a reality.

The Scientology auditor allegedly helped Cruise weed out his first marriage to actress Mimi Rogers (above) so he could marry Nicole Kidman.
The Scientology auditor allegedly helped Cruise weed out his first marriage to actress Mimi Rogers (above) so he could marry Nicole Kidman.
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According to the book, church leader David Miscavige was invited to Daytona to see the filming. He and his trusted lieutenant Greg Willher, now hired as Cruise’s personal auditor, stopped with Cruise at Speedway, went skydiving with him, and most importantly helped facilitate Cruise’s desire to make Nicole his new wife.

“There is no doubt that Miscavige saw this as an opportunity to prove that he could make Tom’s wishes come true.”

Cruz became popular with Nicole Kidman on the set
Cruz became beloved with Nicole Kidman on the set of Days of Thunder.
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Rinder claims that Wellehr – who, as an auditor, is said to have walked Cruise with past events to help him “remove any negativity” – was set to get Mimi to agree to the divorce so that Tom could marry Nicole, noting that this was “unusual extremely and never would have happened with the average Scientologist.”

A church spokesman said of the claim “absolutely absurd”. “Mike Rinder is a rooted liar who seeks to profit from dishonesty. He supports himself by orchestrating the harassment of his former church and its leader through false police reports, incendiary propaganda and fraudulent media stories.”

Cruz and Kidman married in 1990 and divorced after less than 10 years of marriage.
Cruz and Kidman married in 1990 and divorced after less than 10 years of marriage.
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“Top Gun” star Cruz Rogers divorced in February 1990 and married Kidman on Christmas Eve of the same year at his home in Aspen, Colorado. Miscavige was the best man at weddings; The personal chef of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, who passed away in 1986, cooks for the newlyweds.

“This was an indication of how far Miscavige was willing to go to his ally Cruz,” writes Rinder.

The book claims that the personal chef of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, who passed away in 1986, was flown to cook for the newlyweds.
The book claims that the personal chef of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, who passed away in 1986, was flown to cook for the newlyweds.
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And it didn’t stop there. Miscavige also assigned the Sea Org. To help Hollywood stars. Religious order inside the church, Sea Org. Requires members Signing the Billion-Year Service Pledgeaccording to the Scientology website.

“Members of the Sea Organization work long hours and live communally with housing, meals, uniforms, medical and dental care, transportation and all expenses associated with their duties provided by the church,” the website states.

According to Rinder's book, Sea Org Scientology.  Members are assigned to allocate motorcycles and other vehicles for cruises.
According to Rinder, Sea Org Scientology. Members are assigned to allocate motorcycles and other vehicles for cruises.
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Rinder writes that “Sea Org. Members have been sent to help set up the house [in Aspen]. This became a standard with Cruise. Miscavige will send a Sea Org. Members to do various tasks “to help Tom,” adding that the “tasks” were numerous.

“They have done a great job installing high-end audio/visual equipment for Cruise’s homes in the Pacific Palisades, Beverly Hills, and Telluride, as well as his Santa Monica hangar,” he wrote. sea ​​organization. Members have also customized cars, limousines, motorcycles, and even an RV for cruises.

Scientology leader David Miscavige has gone to great lengths to keep Tom Cruise happy, according to the book
Scientology leader David Miscavige has gone to great lengths to keep Tom Cruise happy, according to the book “A Billion Years.”
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Rinder claims that all family members and offices on Cruise have been personally selected by Miscavige’s wife, Shelly – They reported her every move of the star.

“Tom Cruise definitely has his own crew,” a Scientology spokesperson told Page Six. “And to say that the church worked on his chariots is another blatant invention.”

At the age of 17, instead of attending college, Rinder signed the Billion-Year Sea Org Foundation. The contract he wrote put him in accommodations in “prison-like” conditions on a ship: cramped rooms crammed with people, no laundry facilities other than buckets for washing clothes in salt water, and 30-second showers.

He writes, “Our battle was to save all of humanity, so what really mattered if we had no air conditioning, ate only rice and beans, and slept four hours a night for weeks on end?”


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