Nicole Kidman Divorce: Why Did She Split From Tom Cruise?

Many people are wondering why Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman filed for divorce after an ex-Scientology officer made some blistering claims against the notorious church in his new book. Mike Rinder’s book, A Billion Years: My Escape From a Life in the Highest Ranks of Scientology, exposes the church’s true objectives for the relationship between the Eyes Wide Shut actors.

Rinder alleges Tom brushed off calls from Scientology’s then-leader David Miscavige while the two were working on Eyes Wide Shut. This new book claims that the leader had Marty Rathbun audit Tom, a procedure in which the subject is guided through their life events in order to release negative emotions and achieve a state of “clear.”

Nicole Kidman Divorce
Nicole Kidman Divorce

Rinder claims that during this time, Tom “was gradually drawn back into the world of Scientology,” which put a strain on his relationship with Nicole Kidman and “established a divide between Tom and Nicole.” The star of Moulin Rouge!, however, is rumored to have caused more alarm inside the Church. Rinder claims that Nicole “never expressed particular eagerness for her Scientology courses or auditing.”

He claimed in his letter that her father was a psychiatrist and that the Church condemns the field for providing substandard care and encouraging overreliance on pharmaceuticals. Given her family history in psychiatry, she would not have been allowed to take part in any OT levels if she hadn’t been married to Tom Cruise.

The author further asserts that Nicole’s phone was tapped by the Church. To monitor Nicole and tap her phone, “Rathbun worked with [Hollywood lawyer] Bert Fields to hire infamous PI Anthony Pellicano,” stated Rinder. “The Church never ordered or participated in any illegal wiretapping,” a church official told Page Six, rebutting the allegations.

Mike Rinder is an inveterate liar who seeks to profit from his dishonesty. He supports himself by orchestrating the harassment of his former Church and its leader through false police reports, incendiary propaganda, and fraudulent media stories.

Where Did Nicole and Tom Cruise Meet?

Tom and Nicole first worked together on the 1990 film Days of Thunder. They were married and hoping to start a family within six months of the movie’s debut.

Kidman had an ectopic pregnancy at the age of 23. This is when a fertilized egg implants and grows outside of the uterus. Kidman’s first pregnancy ended in tragedy, so she and Cruise opted to adopt a girl (Isabella) and a son (Connor). Despite raising their children apart, the couple stayed married for ten years before divorcing in 2001 after Kidman had a miscarriage.

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Miscavige “was glad that the ‘bad influence’ of Nicole was no longer drawing Tom away” after Tom and Nicole’s divorce, according to Rinder. Cruise’s public advocacy for Scientology and Miscavige “grew more ardent” after that. The book also claims that Rathbun convinced their kids that Nicole was a “suppressive person,” or “SP,” a category of persons who are to be avoided at all costs by members of the church.

Leah Remini, a former Scientologist, and actress, briefly addressed Kidman’s strained family ties in her 2016 book Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. Remini revealed that Kidman’s daughter had called her a “f***ing SP” in 2006. Isabella said, “Not if I have a choice,” when Remini inquired if she had recently communicated with or visited her mother.

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Many people are wondering why Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman filed for divorce after an ex-Scientology officer made some blistering claims against the notorious church in his new book. Mike Rinder’s book, A Billion Years: My Escape From a Life in the Highest Ranks of Scientology, exposes the church’s true objectives for the relationship between the Eyes Wide Shut actors.

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