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Topic # 36485 26-Jun-2009 11:09
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There's rumours starting that he "fell to his death" here in NZ..

looking for news reports now.




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  Reply # 228491 26-Jun-2009 11:11
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I think that's an urban legend. I've read reports over the years where many celebrities have supposedly fallen to their death in NZ, there was one not that long ago I just can't remember who it was.

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  Reply # 228493 26-Jun-2009 11:12
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Hmm, ok, forget it then... thankfully.. he's awesome.




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  Reply # 228494 26-Jun-2009 11:14
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Hrm, he was on the Corbert Report a couple of nights ago so probably not even in NZ

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  Reply # 228498 26-Jun-2009 11:24
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It's an urban legend alright ... a few months ago the rumour was that Tom Cruise had fallen to his death while on an adventure holiday in NZ!

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  Reply # 228501 26-Jun-2009 11:31
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Davy: It's an urban legend alright ... a few months ago the rumour was that Tom Cruise had fallen to his death while on an adventure holiday in NZ!


Haha, pity that wasn't true :)




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  Reply # 228552 26-Jun-2009 14:42
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mjb:
Davy: It's an urban legend alright ... a few months ago the rumour was that Tom Cruise had fallen to his death while on an adventure holiday in NZ!




Haha, pity that wasn't true :)


I like him as an actor, but I don't like him as a person.

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