Most media outlets, however, were too shy to delve into the steamy details. We're not quite as timid. Randolph, an interior designer by trade, says he first started visiting LA's City Spa in It wasn't long, he claims, before he encountered fellow member and notorious closet case John Travolta, who frequented the spa to hook up with other men. In recent weeks, Randolph has been busy talking with tabloids such as the National Enquirer and Star, about what he witnessed.
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John Travolta and his attorney Marty Singer have scored a victory in court. In reaction to the article, Singer sent Gawker a letter that denied the allegations that Travolta frequented gay bathhouses and made statements that purportedly said Randolph had been in mental institutions and suffered from brain damage. Randolph claimed his reputation had been damaged. Travolta," Singer tells The Hollywood Reporte r in a statement. She allegedly ditched the firm after songwriter Dr.
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After decades of rumored gay bath house orgies and Scientology "cures," John Travolta's sex life is back in the news with sexual battery charges from a pair of male masseurs. Running parallel to the story of John Travolta's rise to fame is the story of his allegedly gay penis' rise to infamy. Where His Dick Is: Submitting to its first Church of Scientology audits essentially elaborate confessionals as the actor converts to the religion from Catholicism.
John Travolta is one of the most iconic names in cinema. He shot to fame during the seventies for his portrayal of Tony Manero, the working class man who spends much of his weekends setting dance floors on fire in musical drama Saturday Night Fever. Despite the hardship, he has never stopped working hard, and has achieved some personal goals in his life that might come as a surprise.