The Word: Tom Cruise is too good for OKCupid
Paul Haggis has come out in support of his Vanity Fair article,which alleges that the Church of Scientology acts as Cruise's creepypersonal dating service.
Although Tom Cruise's reps have dismissed Vanity Fair's latest cover story as "lies designed to sell magazines," writer and director Paul Haggis has come out in support of the article, which alleges that the Church of Scientology acts as Cruise's creepy personal dating service.
In a letter to entertainment website Showbiz 411, Haggis, a former Scientologist, confirms that the church thoroughly vetted Iranian actress Nazanin Boniadi in 2005, then ostracized and humiliated her when she wasn't deemed a suitable wife for the actor.
"I was deeply disturbed by how the highest-ranking members of a church could so easily justify using one of their members -- how they so callously punished her and then so effectively silenced her when it was done," Haggis writes. "It wasn't just the threats; they actually made her feel ashamed, when all she had been was human and trusting."
We're not sure what's so wrong with trusting, but human? That's definitely a Cruise deal breaker.
Listen here, people: Whoever tells Mittens that Minaj dressed up like a sexy nun and paraded down the red carpet with a pope impersonator is dead to us. We need to see these two pair up on the campaign trail. We need it.