Suri Cruise Grabs X-Rated Candy While Out With Katie Holmes
By Katelyn Mullen Posted Mar 17th 2011 02:35PM
Katie Holmes was out with her mini-adult daughter Suri at Serendipity 3 in New York City this week, and the two were photographed with what seemed to be some delicious candy treats for the high-heel wearing tot, that is until you take a closer look at the box. These gummy candies weren't your typical Gummy Bears or Sour Patch Kids, instead they were Penis Gummies. An odd choice for a 5-year-old.
Between Suri's plastic heels and the Penis Gummies, these two were one tiara away from a bachelorette party. And although this photo really leads us to believe Katie purchased these for Suri, E! Online is reporting that it is in fact, false. Holmes didn't actually purchased the adult-themed candy for her little girl, and we are just going to have to agree.
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