Katie Holmes is not begging Nicole Kidman to help save her daughter Suri from Tom Cruise and Scientology, despite a ridiculous tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the story. There's no truth to it.
According to Woman's Day, Holmes fears that her ex-husband is planning to win back custody of their 13-year-old daughter, who he hasn't seen in several years. The movie star's estrangement from his daughter is believed to be a result of his involvement in Scientology, which refrains him from having contact with those who left the religion, including his ex-wife and their child.
Holmes is headed to Australia in November for her role as the 2019 Ambassador for McHappy Day, an annual fundraiser organized by McDonald's. An alleged insider tells the magazine, "Nicole has invited Katie to stay at her home in Sydney and Nicole has cleared her schedule to she can jet in too." The two actresses are said to be meeting to discuss Holmes' concerns about her daughter.
"The last thing Katie wants is to lose Suri the way Nicole lost Isabella and Connor," says the alleged tipster, referring to Kidman's adopted children with Cruise, both of whom are Scientologists. "Nicole is only happy to help," adds the seemingly phony source. "They are working on a dossier that they hope will work in Katie's favor."
Nothing about the tabloid's article has any bearing on reality. Holmes' spokesperson has assured Gossip Cop countless times that Cruise hasn't attempted to gain back custody of their daughter. Suri lives with her mom full-time in New York City, and Cruise remains estranged from the pair.
Meanwhile, Gossip Cop busted New Idea last month for falsely claiming Holmes and Kidman secretly met at a performance of Moulin Rouge! on Broadway to discuss their mutual ex-husband. That article similarly said the two met to talk about keeping Suri away from Scientology. Not only did reps for both Kidman and Holmes dismiss the article as nonsense, but the two actresses saw the Broadway show a week apart from each other.
In July, Gossip Cop called out NW for making up a story about Holmes and Kidman meeting up in Paris to talk about Cruise, their kids and Scientology. Individual spokespeople for both actresses confirmed that story was fiction as well. It was invented simply because both Holmes and Kidman happened to have been in Paris around the same time.
Now that Holmes will be traveling to Kidman's native Australia, Woman's Day has decided to get in on the action with yet another phony premise about the two getting together. These covert meetings haven't happened before and there isn't one being planned in Australia this November. Cruise's ex-wives haven't been meeting up around the globe to talk about him, nor does Holmes have any concerns about Suri's well-being.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.