Tom Cruise's lawyer calls book sick stuff - 2008-01-07

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F349.png Tom Cruise's lawyer calls book sick stuff January 7, 2008, Michelle Nichols, Reuters UK

"He (Morton) has made a number of claims that are false and demonstrably so," said Fields, who added that he had read Morton's book, "Clearly the book is actionable, but I'm not commenting on anything to do with legal issues."

The Church of Scientology in London did not reply to an e-mail asking for comment on the allegations. Scientology was founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles more than 50 years ago.

In a brief statement on Monday, St Martin's Press spokesman Steve Troha said: "We stand by our book and our author."


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