Tom Cruise Allegedly Involved in High-speed Car Chase while in New York with Suri

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On Wednesday, Tom Cruise was reportedly involved in a high-speed car chase in New York while spending quality time with his daughter Suri after the latter got involved in a minor car crash with her mother last Monday night.

According to reports, the actor and his 6-year-old daughter, Suri, engaged in a high-speed car chase at the west side of Manhattan when they were chased by some paparazzi. Allegedly, Tom Cruise’s driver had to break speed limits and beat through red lights while the actor’s black Chevy Suburban was pursued by photographers in cars, motorcycles, and even bicycles.

The alleged high-speed chase began as Cruise and Suri left the Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca, New York and ended at the heliport where a chopper is waiting to lift them to New Jersey.

However, in a statement released by Cruise’s spokesperson Amanda Lundberg, she denied that there was any car chase incident that occurred from the hotel to the helipad. Lundberg claimed that there was no such incident that occurred. In fact, police even testified that they had received no complaints of any near accident on Wednesday.

Cruise arrived in New York on Tuesday to see his daughter Suri after the latter and her mom, Katie Holmes, got involved in a Monday evening minor car crash. Also, last Friday, Suri and Katie had a minor vehicle accident with paparazzi as they were heading home from a toy store.

At present, prosecutors in Los Angeles are considering testing the state’s comparatively new anti-paparazzi law in prosecuting photographers who chase several celebrities within the state, according to a personal injury lawyer in Los Angeles.

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