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For Tom Cruise, visit to daughter is Mission Impossible



His fans or detractors will never forget Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah Winfrey’s couch, on TV, to proclaim to the world his love for Katie Holmes. They got married and before long the marriage crashed. The diminutive actor didn’t jump on a couch to announce he had fallen out of love for Katie.

Now, the bone of contention is that Katie’s camp is claiming that Cruise refused to see his daughter, Suri. The same child he claimed he could not do without seeing. They claimed he was lying all along to the press when he said he missed her and couldn’t wait to be with her.

While shooting ‘Mission Impossible 5’ in London Cruise didn’t see his daughter for months, and when asked, he said he was counting the hours when he would see her again. But his ex-wife’s people are saying he finished shooting about two weeks ago and is not making any attempt to see his daughter. They said he hasn’t seen her for a year!

But on the other hand, Cruise’s people are calling Katie’s people liars, they said he usually sees his 8-year-old daughter privately.

Then again, it is rumoured that Cruise’s refusal to see his daughter or ex-wife has to do with his church, Scientology Church. They simply don’t want him mixing with them. But the church has released a statement saying it wasn’t true.

Whatever is keeping Cruise away from his daughter is solely known to him for now, as he found time to take his son to see a game recently.

-Ify Chiemeziem

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