Kyra Sedgwick's Wild Dinner Party Story About Tom Cruise Involves Cops

Kyra Sedgwick

Well, Kyra Sedgwick likely isn't Tom Cruise's favorite house guest.

The 55-year-old actress appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show on Wednesday to talk about a myriad of things, including her funny thoughts on opening people's medicine cabinets and ruffling through their drawers.

Sedgwick then mentioned something that once happened at Tom Cruise's home about three decades ago.

"I was pregnant, I was very pregnant, and we got invited over to dinner," she said, before adding how she and her husband, Kevin Bacon, had known Cruise. She starred alongside Cruise in the 1989 film Born on the Fourth of July while Bacon starred alongside him in A Few Good Men.

"We got invited over for dinner with lots of famous people like Demi Moore and Bruce Willis because she was in the movie [A Few Good Men]. Rob Reiner was there, it was a flow, and Nicole [Kidman] was there. It was one of those nights that I often don't get invited to."

She goes on to explain that she noticed a small button under the fireplace mantle and felt inclined to push it.

"I was like, 'Oh what is that little button? So I pressed the little button because I thought maybe something interesting will happen." Barrymore interjected to suggest that perhaps the button controlled a secret door or something of that ilk.

Sedgwick agreed and intimated that was what she was hoping for. Instead, she said, "Nothing happened and then I got a little nervous."

Thinking that didn't seem right, she approached Cruise and told him what she did. Cruise then informed her that she'd pressed the "panic button" and shortly after, "more than like five cop cars" arrived to ensure that Cruise and his guests weren't in danger.

"It was something," said Sedgwick, before adding: "I didn't get invited back."

You can watch the entire story above.

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