Nicole Kidman, 49 is free to decide if she's going to divulge what she know and how Scientology affects her marriage to Tom Cruise, 54 and her relationship with their children. Recent news said that she's going to write a tell-all book. Since Tom Cruise and Scientology is hot these days, the book will be more popular if she will really expose everything.
Kidman is actually writing her autobiography and since Tom Cruise and Scientology became a major part of her life, they should be at least mentioned. It will be on her discretion how she will go about the details - discrete or not. It will be the reader's decision to judge Scientology and her ex-husband, but, she can surely put a dent on their reputation if she decides to go that way, says Hollywood Life.
Katie Holmes, 37, Cruise's other ex-wife is prohibited from speaking out about their union and the religion according to their legal agreement. Kidman does not have that kind of restriction. It is a fact however that if she chooses to divulge anything that can destroy Scientology, then she is subject to lawsuits like what happens to former King of Queens star, Leah Remini.
The Church of Scientology according to former Scientologist Marty Rathbun has already discredited Nicole Kidman by telling her children that she is a sociopath. The former chief spokesman for the church, Tommy Davis allegedly told Bella and Connor who are now 23 and 21 about that repeatedly until they are brainwashed. The book can then be her sort of revenge if that is true.
It's all good for Nicole Kidman but on the other side.despite Tom Cruise's flirting with Scientology, he is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Jerry Maguire which was a $273 million hit. It's not a comics, action or true to life film like today's top films but it has won an Oscar and quite successful for being how it is, a wholesome film on its own, as hinted by MTV.
He is also mentioned in the previous article her on Jobs & Hire regarding the Church of Scientology dispute with Leah Remini. She is the one who faces various lawsuits as she tells it all through her documentary show, "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath."