Tom Cruise is currently resting up after sustaining an undisclosed injury on the set of the next Mission: Impossible film. But before he gets back to work, he may need to check in with the Church of Scientology for a peculiar reason.
Sources with knowledge of the controversial church told Radar that Cruise's on-set injury, which is rumored to be a broken ankle or foot, is a sign that something is wrong in his religious life. As a result, he'll need to meet with church leaders to identify the issue.
"According to the Church's faith, it believes that illnesses and accidents like this come because there is a Potential Trouble Source in someone's life," the source said. "A PTS comes because a member is connected to a 'Suppressive Person,' which is usually someone who has left the Church or is a non-believer.
As for who could be the "PTS" in Cruise's situation, there are several speculative options, with the most likely sources being his ex-wife Katie Holmes and the couple's daughter Suri."
"In Tom's case, he has a a number of supposed SPs in his life, such as his ex-wives Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes, who are both Catholic and left the Church," the source said. "But daughter Suri is the biggest problem, as she is now living with her mother in New York and it's rumored that he hasn't seen her for over three years."
Cruise hasn't publicly commented on the injury, but it is said that production on Mission: Impossible 6 for at least 9 weeks as he heals up.
Cruise's next film to hit theaters will be the crime film American Made, out Sept. 29.
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