John Travolta‘s camp sent a strong message to gossip outlets like Gawker about those pesky gay rumors. The actor’s legal team has sent out an explosive email missive to the site and Robert Randolph, whose writings served as the base material for a post titled, “The Secret Sex Life of John Travolta.” The story claimed that Travolta engaged in gay sex at L.A. spas.
Travolta’s lawyer calls Randolph’s stories as “blatant defamatory lies” from a “patently unreliable source,” and also notes that the stories “go back fifteen years, yet inexplicably, he has waited until now to peddle these phony tall tales.”
He calls out inconsistencies in the stories, mainly that claiming Travolta “engaged in multiple adulterous sexual encounters in different public locations in Los Angeles (where he does not live), and that each time, the (nonexistent) events were coincidentally witnessed by [Randolph], is absolutely ridiculous.”
New dad Travolta is demanding the immediate and permanent removal of the post and “publication of an unequivocal and prominent retraction of the false and defamatory statements.”
So basically Gawker, you effed with the wrong gay Scientologist!