Tom Cruise's Scientology Interfering With "MIssion: Impossible 5"- Katie Holmes Labeled a "Suppressive Person"

By Adam Bellotto

Dec 30, 2014 06:17 PM EST

So far, Tom Cruise's Scientologist leanings haven't effected the "Mission: Impossible" series.

But that might change for the fifth film- so far, only known as "Mission: Impossible 5." It's become clear online that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are engaging in a messy custody feud over their daughter Suri, and that Scientology may be a part of the battle- and that the battle may now extend into the currently in-production "Mission: Impossible 5."

According to Master Herald, the issue involves Cruise's time as Ethan Hunt, filming in foreign countries- because he's had to leave the United States for so long to film the next "Mission: Impossible," now that he's returned to the country he wants extended periods of time with Suri. And also the Church of Scientology.

And that might not be something that Katie Holmes is comfortable with.

Celebeat adds that Holmes may fear some kind of retaliation from the Church of Scientology if the fight continues, and that Cruise may end up abducting Suri with the Church's aid (although, let's admit it- that does sound completely insane).

Celebeat buffers their report with recent quotes from a source close to Holmes (taken from In Touch Weekly).

Holmes has apparently been painted by the Church of Scientology as a "suppressive person."

Meanwhile, "Katie's been trying to give Suri a different type of life since she and Tom divorced." The source later added that "Tom's return after a prolonged absence will spark a fight over their daughter."

Apparently, though, Scientology might not be so pleased with Cruise. The actor reportedly spent his Christmas with Holmes and their daughter- which is abjectly against the rules of the Church of Scientology.

According to Yibada, it's Holmes's status as a "Suppressive Person" that's a violation of the rules- technically, he shouldn't be spending any time with them, according to the Church.

Check back soon for the latest on "Mission: Impossible 5."

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