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Quote of the Day: Tom Cruise’s lawyer Bert Fields

Tom Cruise left his New York City hotel carrying his daughter, Suri, in July 2012.

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Tom Cruise left his New York City hotel carrying his daughter, Suri, in July 2012.

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‘[W]hen these sleaze peddlers try to make money with disgusting lies about his relationship with his child, you bet he’s going to sue.’ Lawyer Bert Fields, on Tom Cruise’s $50 million lawsuit against two magazines

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