John Travolta Claimed Gay Lover Has a Tell-All Book Planned, National Enquirer Claims
John Travolta's latest alleged gay lover may be ready to cash in with a tell-all book, a National Enquirer report claims this week.
The weekly mag claims in an item on its website:
"The male pilot who confessed to having a six-year sexual affair with John Travolta is considering writing an explosive tell-all about the relationship – and he already has two writers lined up to help him tell his story!"
Angela Carson noted earlier that the scandal heated up again last month, with two lawsuits from masseurs claiming the actor made sexual advances towards them.
All were denied by Travolta's lawyer Marty Singer.
The report noted:
A man known only as John Doe #2 dropped his legal team just two days after John Doe #1 dismissed his lawsuit in May.
After accusations of a payoff, the 'Saturday Night Fever' actor's legal representative insisted the masseurs were not paid any sum of money back down, if even temporarily.
Marty Singer, told TMZ: ''Not one penny has been paid nor do we have any intention to pay any money for these ridiculous and false claims.''
In public, Travolta has been appearing as usual.
He appeared last week to honor actress Shirley MacLaine as she received the 40th AFI Life Achievement Award.
An earlier report noted:
Taking to the stage in a black tuxedo, John appeared calm and composed as he made a speech in front of guests including Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Katherine Heigl and Meryl Streep.
He said: "Several years ago, Warren Beatty was talking about a young actress. And I said to him, 'What was she like?' And he said, 'She filled the room with presence like I've never seen before.' And I said, 'You know your sister, Shirley? She fills the room with presence'. She fills the world with presence like no one I've ever seen before. And that's my Shirley. And I love you.
"Shirley MacLaine is first a dancer, and when you move from Broadway to film to television to writing to directing, you have to move to these things with the grace of a dancer. To train and push harder than you ever thought you could."
John was among a number of stars, including Jack Nicholson, her brother Warren Beatty, and Morgan Freeman, in paying tribute to Shirley, 78.
The article claimed after the event John "reportedly jetted off to a vacation home in the Bahamas with wife Kelly Preston and children Ella, 12, and 18-month-old Benjamin to ride out the sex scandal."
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