Can it be true that Tom Cruise hasn't seen his daughter Suri for more than a year?
That's what sources have told the US celebrity website TMZ, which claims the star has 'not been a part of her life'.
Recently Tom was busy filming the latest Mission Impossible movie in London but even when he had a fortnight off he didn't see the eight-year-old once, according to the website.
It was claimed last month by InTouch Weekly that Tom hadn't seen his daughter with Katie Holmes in 540 days.
The star was last photographed with Suri and his ex-wife Katie, 36, on September 15, 2013 in New York's Adirondacks.
Katie filed for divorce from Cruise in 2012 just before his 50th birthday in July.
TMZ reported in mid March that Tom and Katie don't even talk. And when it comes to discussing Suri, they leave that up to intermediaries.
A source told the site: "They want nothing to do with each other to the point they don't speak to one another, even about Suri."
It was alleged that even planning visits and discussing how the little girl should be raised is done through others.
The source added: "There is no desire on either Tom's or Katie's part to mend fences."
However, Tom's team has insisted many times since his 2012 divorce from Katie that he does make time for his youngest child and sees her often.
He is now in Atlanta to film Mena and spent time with his adopted son, Connor, 20.
Last year Connor denied rumours suggesting he is estranged from his mother Nicole Kidman, saying that their relationship is 'solid'.
Connor was adopted by Kidman and Cruise in 1995, two years after they adopted his sister Isabella.
In 2007, Nicole said her adopted children had even stopped calling her 'Mum', sparking rumours their relationship was strained.
Those rumours were fuelled further three years later, when she spoke publicly about the children - who are both committed Scientologists along with their father - choosing to live with Cruise.
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