Mail Online says Editors' Code should not apply to articles written in US - IPSO complaint on Tom Cruise 'bromance' piece upheld - 2016-07-19

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F0.png Mail Online says Editors' Code should not apply to articles written in US - IPSO complaint on Tom Cruise 'bromance' piece upheld July 19, 2016, Dominic Ponsford, Press Gazette

David Miscavige said the story headlined "Exclusive: inside the 'bromance' of Tom Cruise and Scientology founder David Miscavige: How they gamble and smoke cigars together and share a special language – but Miscavige secretly recorded the movie star", published on 2 December 2015, was inaccurate.

He denied that a field had been "laser levelled out" to impress Cruise's friend and that a field had been sown with wild flowers for Cruise.

He also denied he and Cruise had returned from a Las Vegas gambling trip with "bundles of cash".

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{{cite news | first = Dominic | last = Ponsford | title = Mail Online says Editors' Code should not apply to articles written in US - IPSO complaint on Tom Cruise 'bromance' piece upheld | url = https://www.pressgazette.co.uk/mail-online-says-editors-code-should-not-apply-to-articles-written-in-us-ipso-complaint-on-tom-cruise-bromance-piece-upheld/ | work = Press Gazette | date = July 19, 2016 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}