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Morton alleges that Cruise constantly left voicemails on Garner"s phone asking if she knew what freedom was. However, according to the author, the actor"s advances were turned down, reports Usmagazine.com. The biography also claims that Holmes signed a contract to commit to Scientology and that her father brokered a high-paying pre-nup.
The Church of Scientology, which appears to be the real subject of the book, has issued an extensive statement dismissing some of the book's most sensational allegations. It snubbed the contents of the book as "vicious sensationalism of the lowest order" filled with "false and scandalous allegations". "Insinuations that Mr Cruise is second-in-command of the Church are not only false, they are ludicrous," the statement added.