Tin God Syndrome: Wannabe Tin God, or Shut Up, Tom Cruise
The only thing that is possibly worse than a Tin God is a Wannabe Tin God. Observe:
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Has Tom Cruise received a medical degree in his spare time? The megastar is openly questioning the treatment Brooke Shields received for her crippling postpartum depression, a struggle she details in her new memoir, "Down Came the Rain."
Tom, sticking close to Scientology's anti-psychiatry party line, believes Shields, despite experiencing what she has described as suicidal thoughts, should have avoided taking the anti-depressant drug Paxil following the birth of her daughter, Rowan, in 2003.
"These drugs are dangerous. I have actually helped people come off," Cruise proselytizes, er, says, in an interview with Access Hollywood set to air Thursday (via the New York Daily News). "When you talk about postpartum, you can take people today, women, and what you do is you use vitamins."
Hey, Tom? Do you either have a medical degree or a pair of ovaries you have failed to disclose? No? Until you do...shut up. Go back to the things you are expert in: making big-budget action movies with little or no plot, dating women so young they play teenagers on television shows and grinning like a moronic little dwarf.