A lawyer for John Travolta has sent a five-page letter to Gawker.com demanding the website yank a “false and outrageous” post about the actor’s sex life, which includes claims he has engaged in sex acts with other men in multiple Los Angeles steam rooms.
Attorney Marty Singer fired off the letter Tuesday, days after the website published the gay claims by Robert Randolph, a man claiming he has witnessed the gay encounters. Randolph says he’s planning to tell all in a self-published book.
In the letter, Singer calls the claims “blatant defamatory lies” from a “patently unreliable source.” He points out that Randolph admits on his website to suffering from permanent brain damage and questions why Randolph is just now coming forward with stories he claims took place 15 years ago.
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