Because Nicole Kidman is seen as a “suppressive person” in Scientology, Tom Cruise reportedly banned her from attending their son Connor’s wedding.
According to a story, actor Tom Cruise played a key role in preventing his ex-wife, also an actor, Nicole Kidman from attending their son Connor’s wedding in Italy.
After 1995, Cruise and Kidman—who were wed from 1990 to 2001—adopted Connor.
Considering Kidman to be a “suppressive person,” Cruise — whose affiliation with the Church of Scientology has been widely reported — is alleged to have blacklisted her, according to Radar Online.
“Tom is behind this, and his goals are just as legitimate as the law. “Connor answered the phone after Tom made the contact, according to the report’s source.
The source said, “Connor would never defy Tom and worships the ground his father walks on.” Connor practices Scientology as well.
Because Nicole is viewed as a “suppressive person” by the church, Tom would never even contemplate asking her to Connor’s wedding, according to the source.
In addition, he doesn’t want her there. Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie accept the Lumiere Award for Best Scene or Sequence for Mission Impossible: Fallout. (AFP)
An individual who “seeks to suppress other persons in their surroundings” is described as a “suppressive person” on the website of the Church.
A suppressive person will undermine or disparage any effort to aid anyone, especially anything that aims to increase human intelligence or strength through violence.
Together with Katie Holmes, Cruise’s third wife, and Suri, their daughter, have reportedly both been designated as “suppressive individuals,” according to reports.
When Cruise and Kidman divorced in 2001, he kept custody of Connor and Isabella. Suri is in Holmes’ care.
I love my mother, Connor, a DJ, said to Woman’s Day in 2014. According to Kidman, she supports her children’s decision to convert to Scientology. She stated, “They are grownups,” to Who magazine.
They have the capacity to choose for themselves. As a mother, it is my responsibility to love them despite their decision to become Scientologists.
And I serve as an example of that tolerance, and that is what I believe: that no matter what your child does, they have love, and they need to know that love is available, and that I am here.