Tom Cruise Built His Own Scientology Lair
Tom Cruise is building his own Scientology lair complete with aircraft simulators, bridges, and spy towers.
Radar Online revealed the movie star’s secret Scientology hideout is under construction at the cult’s spiritual headquarters.
Reporters investigated top-secret blueprints for his Scientology compound and discovered his plan to move down to Clearwater, Florida.
A source who was working on the development revealed that Cruise didn’t seem to have a budget for his Scientology hideout.
“There’s no expense being spared.
“It’s going to be Tom’s secret Scientology hideaway, and it has to be perfect for him — OR we’ll be tearing it apart and starting again!”
Tom Cruise, 54, has been a well-known Scientologist for more than 30 years. The movie star is allegedly being “consulted” during the building process by his fellow Scientology members.
Blueprints of the Scientology lair appear to show many levels and rooms, including quite a few bedrooms. Could one of those bedrooms be for his daughter Suri Cruise? Will Katie Holmes allow her to visit the Scientology lair?
Tom Cruise has already sold his home in Beverly Hills for a cool $40 million. The actor also sold another compound in Hollywood Hills for $11 million in preparation for his new residence in Clearwater, Florida.
Cruise has also gotten rid of his apartment in New York City for $3 million back in 2013. His 300-acre Colorado ranch is currently on the market for $59 million.
It seems that the movie star has been planning for his Scientology lair for years now.
His new compound, currently in construction, is just 400 yards away from the Scientology “Flag” building. The Flag building is only open to elite and millionaire Scientology members, as they aim to attain the Support Power Rundown, which is the religion’s highest level of teaching.
Tom Cruise demanded that the penthouse lair is equipped with its own high-tech flight simulator. For $2 million, the actor will be able to relive his Top Gun days inside his new Florida residence.
The Scientologist’s compound is also being built with a $500,000 state-of-the-art gym and a $1 million movie theater. The theater will include the latest 4K, ultra-high definition technology to watch all of his blockbuster films.
Apparently, every single room in the compound will be stamped and stitched with Scientology-branded, custom-made fittings, which will cost the Scientology member $1.5 million.
Tom Cruise has attempted to keep his Scientology lair construction plans a secret, but it looks like his construction workers were more than willing to spill the details to reporters.
“We’ve been told not to say anything by the Scientologists, but we aren’t in the church, so we shouldn’t be told what to do.
“The flight simulator is a room all by itself, and it’s all being specially designed and made.”
The blueprints that were uncovered show plans for a “Private Bridge,” what other secrets will be built within the walls of the new lair?
Tom Cruise is worth a supposed $550 million, so the actor is certainly not concerned about cost when it comes to his new residence.
Cruise is currently working on the sixth installment of his wildly successful Mission: Impossible films.
With three divorces in his past, his new Scientology lair is said to be a new love nest for the actor, according to sources.
“Tom is looking for love, but he’s creating the ultimate bachelor pad here!”
Back in October of this year, Tom Cruise made a rare public comment about his controversial religion, saying it helped him “incredibly” for more than 30 years, according to the Guardian.
The Hollywood actor said that Scientology was a “beautiful religion.”
“It’s something that has helped me incredibly in my life.
I’ve been a Scientologist for over 30 years. It’s something that is, you know … without it, I wouldn’t be where I am. So, it’s a beautiful religion. I’m incredibly proud.”
Tom Cruise was first introduced to Scientology by his ex-wife, Mimi Rogers, in 1986. Today, he is one of Scientology’s most notorious and well-known affiliates.
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