Sienna Miller Turned Down Tom Cruise?

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Tom Cruise Sienna Miller Date

By Andrew Shuster |

Tom Cruise Sienna Miller Date

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Did Sienna Miller really turn down a date with Tom Cruise? That’s the case according to one of this week’s new tabloids, which claims the actress rejected the movie star’s romantic advances. Gossip Cop can exclusively reveal the truth.

An article in the latest issue of Star says Cruise tried wooing Miller after attending a West End production of her play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, in London over the summer. A so-called “tipster” tells the magazine, “Tom managed to get Sienna’s number from a mutual friend. He was texting about working together someday and then he started suggesting they go out and get dinner, just the two of them.”

The outlet’s questionable source goes on to say Miller rejected the offer because she suspected the actor had proposed a business dinner just to reel her in, but was secretly interested in her romantically. “Sienna’s flattered, of course,” says the alleged insider. “But she isn’t interested.” Gossip Cop, however, can set the record straight.

We checked in with a rep for Miller to find out if Cruise truly pursued the actress, and we’re exclusively assured the tabloid’s account of events never happened. We’re told the actor never asked out Miller via text message, and the claim otherwise is simply “not true.” Of course, the tabloid has published numerous bogus stories surrounding the love life of both stars involved in this report, so we’re not surprised they’ve now been lumped together.

Gossip Cop recently busted the magazine for falsely claiming Miller was “making a move” on Brad Pitt. The untrustworthy outlet had insisted the actress was aggressively going after the actor over the summer, but that simply wasn’t the case. This also isn’t the first time we’ve had to debunk a phony story regarding one of Cruise’s alleged pursuits. The magazine claimed earlier this year Cruise had a crush on Mission Impossible 6 co-star Rebecca Ferguson, but that article was entirely inaccurate, and the same goes for this latest one.

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