Scientology’s ‘Save The World Mission’ for Actress: Girlfriend To Tom Cruise

Scientology is the best soap opera tragi-comedy reality show going, bar none! From ABC News:

The actress who was allegedly selected by the Church of Scientology as a candidate to be Tom Cruise’s real-life girlfriend “was told she was being chosen for a mission” and was “really going to save the world,” according to the author of Vanity Fair’s magazine article detailing the couple’s relationship.

As particulars of Maureen Orth’s story continue to surface — and Cruise and the Church of Scientology continue to vehemently deny the allegations — Orth, the magazine’s special correspondent, told “Good Morning America” today that as Iranian-born, London-raised actress Nazanin Boniadi was being carefully vetted, she did not know what was in store for her.

“[She] was told that she was being chosen for a mission, that was really going to save the world,” Orth said. “That she was going to be meeting dignitaries, that it was very important that she look good, and be worldly. And she had no idea, when it began, that [she] was going to end up meeting Tom Cruise.”

The allegations in Orth’s article include that the Church of Scientology was interested in finding Cruise “a drop-dead beautiful true believer to share his life…” and “a believer they thought could actually wear the glass slippers.”…

[continues at ABC News]

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  • http://strictlyapathy.comoj.com/ SoulArbiter

    Wut?

  • Pirateposty

    OOOh shammy sho sho.   Jambi bada habba do!  Eeeeejahba, bobbada jo jee.

    • Matt Staggs

       Jar Jar, is that you?

  • DeepCough

    “Boniadi, baby, we love you, but you just don’t make Tom look straight enough.”

  • http://buzzcoastin.posterous.com BuzzCoastin

    the only time I ever run into Tom Cruise, Scientology and his love life
    is in the disinfo pablum known as news 
    nonetheless, without disinfo there’d be no news at all

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