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John Travolta testified in a Bahamian court Wednesday that an employee first informed him of the alleged extortion plot involving his son's death. The film star first took the stand last week in the trial of former Bahamian senator Pleasant Bridgewater and ambulance driver Tarino Lightbourne, who have pleaded innocent to charges they attempted to sell confidential documents pertaining to 16-year-old Jett Travolta's death to his parents for $25 million. Bridgewater and Lightbourne allegedly...
John Travolta described his late son, Jett, as autistic for the first time in public Wednesday when he testified at an extortion trial in the Bahamas. My son was autistic and he suffered from seizure disorder every 5 to 10 days, People.com said Travolta told the court Wednesday.
Prosecutors in the Bahamas said Tuesday they intend to call US movie star John Travolta as a witness in an extortion case stemming from the death of his son.
A Bahamian ambulance driver has been charged for his alleged role in an unsuccessful plot to extort $25 million from film stars John Travolta and Kelly Preston. Minister of National Security Tommy Turnquest told Usmagazine.com that Tarino Lightbourne was formally charged Monday with attempting to extort and conspiracy to extort. The 47-year-old paramedic pleaded not guilty to the charges.
A Bahamian politician and an ambulance driver have been arrested in connection with an alleged extortion plot against John Travolta's family, police said. Jett Travolta, the 16-year-old son of the Florida-based movie star and his actress wife Kelly Preston, died reportedly of a seizure Jan.