Nicole Kidman Rejects Talking About Church Of Scientology, The Cause Of Her Divorce With Tom Cruise
Nicole Kidman is already geared up to talk about every aspect of her life, past and current relationship et al, but never ask her to say a few words on Scientology and the HBO documentary, “Going Clear.”
In a recent interview with Vogue magazine, Kidman was just an open book. The Academy Award winner talked about the recent loss of her father Dr. Antony David Kidman, her family, past days spent with Tom Cruise and present relationship with country singer Keith Urban. But she turned down the request of Vogue writer Jason Gay to speak about Scientology, with which she had a brush while she was married to Tom Cruise in 1990.
“Really the only topic Kidman declines to discuss is the Church of Scientology; the recent HBO documentary ‘Going Clear’ alleged, among other things, that the church had actively tried to break up Cruise and Kidman’s marriage,” wrote Gay in the similar issue of Vogue.
Mark Rathbun, the former senior executive of Church of Scientology claimed in a documentary film “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” released by HBO in 2015 that he was instructed to facilitate Kidman’s breakup with Cruise. The Church of Scientology played a vital role in that “divorce” operation. Later Cruise’s auditor also claimed that Cruise had suggested him to wiretap Kidman.
She said during her legal separation with Cruise that she did never want her children raised as Scientologists. And it is not the first time with Vogue she refused to talk on it, she is always noticed reluctant and strict since her divorce with Cruise to discuss Scientology.
“Kidman passed on the opportunity to speak to the makers of the film and has consistently turned away requests to comment out of respect for her children with Cruise,” Vogue published.
While talking about his present relationship with Urban, she regretted for not having met him sooner, which could have helped her to mother two more kids.
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