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14:42 | 24th July 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 27 Jun, 2012
By Robert Ingham


"Mr. Travolta will aggressively defend himself against this lawsuit and expects to be fully vindicated when this meritless case is dismissed."

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John Travolta's sexuality has, once again, come under fire as a new lawsuit has been launched against him.

Robert Randolph, who wrote a book about Travolta's sexual encounters called 'You'll Never Spa In This Town Again', has put through a libel lawsuit, insisting that Travolta and his agent had discredited him by stating he had mental issues.

A statement from Travolta's spokesman said: "To evaluate the credibility of Robert Randolph and his ridiculous lawsuit one needs look no further than his own statements published on his website stating that he sustained 'permanent brain damage' and had to 'retrain' his brain.

"Mr.

Travolta will aggressively defend himself against this lawsuit and expects to be fully vindicated when this meritless case is dismissed."

This comes just a month after claims Travolta assaulted two male masseurs in two different locations, but which were thrown out of court when he proved he was elsewhere.

 

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