Further Warnings Ignored: Part 2 - Celebrities Who Battled Against Tom Cruise’s Influence


In the second part of the "Top 10 Celebrities Who Tried to Warn Us about Tom Cruise," the article discusses more instances where celebrities have spoken out about Cruise's controversial beliefs and actions. The article aims to shed light on Cruise's behavior, which some argue has been overlooked or whitewashed due to his fame.

The list begins with actress Leah Remini, who has been a prominent critic of Cruise and the Church of Scientology. Remini, who was once a member of the church herself, has publicly criticized Cruise for his close ties to Scientology's leader, David Miscavige. She claims that Cruise is aware of the abusive practices within the church but ignores them.


Next on the list is actor and writer Jerry O'Connell, who says he witnessed Cruise behaving strangely during a poker game. O'Connell alleges that Cruise was overly competitive, arrogant, and had a strange intensity that made others uncomfortable.

Director Paul Thomas Anderson is also mentioned for his experience working with Cruise on the film "Magnolia." According to Anderson, Cruise had an unusual knowledge and obsession with the writings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, which he would often discuss on set.

Other celebrities on the list include comedian Jim Norton, actress Charlize Theron, and filmmaker Judd Apatow. Each of them has expressed their concerns about Cruise, questioning his involvement with Scientology and his alleged mistreatment of others.

Overall, the article highlights the voices of these celebrities who have come forward to warn the public about Tom Cruise's behavior, raising important questions about his role within Scientology and the power he wields within the entertainment industry.