Tom Cruise is a Scientologist so he follows church doctrine ’Don’t ever defend; always attack’ that liberally means ‘Sue everybody for everything or just make s**t up to discredit them’ because the policies were written before the Internet. But now an anti-Scientology story covers Conde Naste’s Vanity Fair Magazine. And instead of suing, or digging through the trash of the people responsible for the article, as has been their shtick for 50 years, Scientology responded to a story about religious minders arranging Cruise’s sex life with the rote efficiency you would apply to updating your LinkedIn page with a sassy quip about the magazine’s font and the claim no one would read a story that long anyway. Cruise’s lawyer Bert Fields actually said this today: ‘Their story is essentially a rehash of tired old lies previously run in the supermarket tabloids, quoting the same bogus ‘sources.’ It’s long, boring and false.’ Moreover, because print is dead and no one reads words on the Internet because KITTEN PICTURES, Cruise won’t even to bother to sue. The lawyer continued: ‘Unless Maureen Orth keeps spewing this garbage on television, we probably won’t sue them. But anyone associated with this sleazy story should be ashamed of themselves. Not just for publishing lies, but also for being unoriginal, sloppy and dull.’ And the church issued its own statement: ‘Vanity Fair relied exclusively on a small and ubiquitous group of anti-Scientologists… for the preposterous allegations and corroboration of the fiction which none of them witnessed first hand. Indeed, the article fails to quote a single source who is not a vociferous anti-Scientologist. These apostates have shamelessly exploited Tom Cruise’s divorce by spreading false and invented tabloid stories in hopes of promoting themselves.’ Below are photos of supposed ex-girlfriend Nazanin Boniadi who looks like this in a bikini without make-up. I’ve also included photos of her with friend/ former high ranking Scientologist Paul Haggis who co-signed Vanity Fair’s article.