Cruise slams magazine's 'lies'
Tue, 04 Sep 2012 5:39a.m.
Tom Cruise has dismissed reports that Katie Holmes was recruited as his girlfriend.
The actor was forced to strike back at claims members of his Scientology religion helped him pursue and win his now ex-wife Katie Holmes. The article published in the American monthly magazine Vanity Fair claims officials went on a hunt for a new wife for Tom in 2004.
"Lies in a different font are still lies — designed to sell magazines," Tom Cruise's representatives told Radar Online.
Tom's marriage to Katie lasted five years and together they had daughter Suri. Katie was awarded custody of Suri when the couple divorced last month.
Because New York law requires that all divorce documents remain sealed, the exact terms of the settlement are not publicly available.
Tom and Katie's divorce was finalised just weeks after Katie filed to end their marriage.
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