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WAR OF THE WORLDS: KATom!!

AS BABY APPROACHES, IT'S A WAR OF THE WORLDS BETWEEN TOM & KATIE!
February 23, 2006
Provided by: National Enquirer Online


In a sudden rebellion against My Favorite Alien and Interplanetary CruiseControl, furious KATIE HOLMES warned fiancĂ©/daddy-to-be TOM CRUISE that she'll absolutely refuse to allow Scientologists to commandeer her newborn at birth for what their church calls "Processing a New Mother" — a bizarre ritual which involves separating mother and child for three days, allowing only minimal contact! As her time approaches, sources say, Katie's becoming hysterical over the idea that her baby will be controlled by the sect's handlers from the moment he/she enters the world. In a raging confrontation, Katie told Tom she flatly rejects Scientology's edict that newborns should be left totally alone for the entire first day after birth — a process that supposedly helps the infant recuperate spiritually after separation from the womb. Tom stubbornly insists that laws laid down by Scientology founder L. RON HUBBARD must be obeyed, say sources, but Katie told him she refuses to discuss the matter — and warned him never to speak of it again! Stay tuned. (We contacted Cruise's rep, who denied all. Katie's rep did not respond.)

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