Tom Cruise is not going to be happy about this!
The 54-year-old’s Risky Business co-star, Curtis Armstrong, has used his memoir to spill sordid details about Tom’s off-set antics while filming the classic 1983 movie.
In an excerpt from his book Revenge of the Nerd published by The Hollywood Reporter, Curtis - who played Miles Dalby in the flick - recalls that the then 19-year-old actor had quite the appetite for the ladies.
In fact, before he got involved with Rebecca DeMornay, who also starred in the film, Curtis, 63, claims that a lovelorn Tom kept busy.
“With Rebecca inaccessible, he started cutting a wide swath through the local talent. Not that I noticed right away. He self-identified as a born-again Christian,” Curtis writes of his co-star, who is now the world’s most famous Scientologist.
“I would ask him at the end of the day if he would like to join us at the bar for a drink. ‘No,’ I recall him saying, ‘Got an early call tomorrow. Got to work out still, study my lines. And then I like to read the Bible a little before bed.’”
“I laughed. He didn't. ‘Ah,’ I said, cutting off the laugh at the pass and nodding wisely. ‘A little bit of the Good Book before bedtime, eh?’ ‘Yeah,’ he said. ‘Just a little at night. Keeps me on the right track, you know?’” Curtis continues.
But Curtis claims he got a rude shock when he allegedly discovered what Tom was really up to after hours!
“But then, returning late one night, I found three or four young girls - late teens, I suspect - lined up in the hall outside of Tom's room,” he writes in the memoir.
“I remember thinking, "Tom's going to be really upset if these hot girls interfere with his Bible reading." So I asked them, with all the stern gravitas of my 28 years, if there was something I could do to help them.
“They just stared at me, and at that moment, Tom's door opened and another girl came out, adjusting her hair and taking off down the hall, while the first girl in line slipped into Tom's room.
In his memoir, Curtis says Tom was “a young man who knew something about time management" going on to suggest that he juggled Bible study with oral sex.
“I went to bed alone that night thinking it served me right for not being religious,” Curtis jokes.
The shock claims will no doubt ruffle “straight arrow” Tom, who has worked hard at maintaining a squeaky-clean image throughout his career.
According to TheHollywood Reporter, the book also dishes on notorious bad boy Sean Penn.
Curtis is brave to take on these two heavyweights!