Posh will not pay to become a Scientologist

LONDON: Alls well between Tom Cruise’s family and the Beckhams as long as filthy lucre does not figure in between.

Cruise is reportedly trying to recruit the Beckhams to the Scientology cult but Victoria has told him: “Hands off our cash”.

The Hollywood superstar is obsessed with the religion and believes David would benefit from joining.

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But Victoria, 32, has ruled it out – partly because members have to make large, regular cash donations. Last week David admitted he spent “hours” on the phone to Tom, 44, before quitting Real Madrid for LA Galaxy. And Victoria is spending lots of time with Tom and wife Katie Holmes, 28. Earlier this week the trio were spotted at posh Hollywood restaurant The Ivy.

“Tom spoke to David for hours about Scientology. He feels it could help to lift him out of the blues over his football career.

“But Victoria is having none of it. She can’t see the point of joining something like that where you have to donate money,” a source close to the Beckhams was quoted by the Sun, as saying.

Meanwhile Posh has been looking at LA’s most exclusive private school – the ?10,000- a-year Curtis School in Bel Air – for their three sons.

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