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, special correspondent Maureen Orth claims that in 2004, Shelly Miscavige, wife of Scientology chief David Miscavige, was in charge of finding a suitable girlfriend for Cruise, who had recently split with his costar, Penelope Cruz.
(The actor was married to Mimi Rogers from 1987 to 1990.
" Marc Headley, a Scientologist from age 7, claims he watched several actresses' audition tapes when he was head of Scientology's in-house studio.
"It's not like you only have to please your husband -- you have to toe the line for Scientology," Headley tells Orth.
"The two spent that first night together but, according to several sources, they did not have sex," Orth says.
During that date, Cruise reportedly told Boniadi, "I've never felt this way before." The actress was then asked to sign a second confidentiality agreement, this one specifically about Cruise.
According to Orth, Boniadi did eventually fall in love with Cruise, albeit briefly.
(Scientology representatives deny any search took place and dismissed the article's sources as disgruntled apostates.) Orth claims Nazanin Boniadi, an Iranian-born, London-raised actress, was selected to date Cruise from November 2004 until January 2005.
"That's when she first sensed that this was possibly going to be an arranged marriage," Orth writes.
After dining at Nobu with Cruise and "an entourage of Scientology aides," they retreated to Trump Tower, where Cruise and his entourage had rented an entire floor.
"Boniadi allegedly was told to lose her braces, her red highlights, and her boyfriend." One source says Boniadi signed a confidentiality agreement.
Boniadi, 32, first met Cruise, 50, in New York City in November 2004, according to Orth's sources.
He tied the knot a second time with Nicole Kidman in 1990; they split in 2001 and have two children, Isabella, 19, and Connor, 17.) PHOTOS: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's ill-fated romance According to Orth's sources, the organization began by seeking out actresses who were already Scientology members.The women were called in, told they were auditioning for a new movie, and then asked a series of questions including: "What do you think of Tom Cruise?