A “Page Six” item, based on the word of private eye Richard Sabatino, says that Nicole Kidman was “well aware” that Tom Cruise “was using a private detective to wiretap her phones during their 2001 divorce” [and that] “Kidman knew that Cruise’s private detective, Anthony Pellicano, was a resourceful opponent.” The story says that “during her divorce, [Kidman] would talk to friends on the phone and every couple of minutes break into the conversation and say, ‘So, Tom, are you listening?’ or ‘Am I saying what you want me to say, Tom?’ She knew he was either tapping her phone or trying to. She was no dummy. She not only knew about it but taunted Tom.'” The story repeats previously-reported info that Kidman has been questioned by the FBI “because the feds found a recording of her talking to Cruise in computers they seized from Pellicano’s office in 2002.” Di Sabatino “suggests” that the tape was from Cruise’s phone, the story says.