Despite a court ruling that didn't go in his favor, John Travolta isn’t backing down.
After a Bahamian judge pronounced a mistrial due to feasible juror misconduct in the extortion case over his son Jett’s death, the actor was ready for another shot at former Senator Pleasant Bridgewater and ambulance driver Tarino Lightbourne, who are believed to trying to make $25 million from the Travolta family.
A paramedic is speaking out and saying that John Travolta's son’s body already was hitting rigor mortis by the time he was called for help.
Tarino Lightbourne has been accused of trying to extort money from the actor after Jett Travolta’s death. Lightbourne claimed that medical aid was called to late to help the 16 year-old, who had suffered a seizure in the bathroom of the family’s Bahamas holiday home on January 2.
As the trial of John Travolta's alleged extorters continues, new evidence has surfaced that may prove to be bad news for the defendants.
According to a report, video footage of conversations between the “Face/Off” actor’s attorney and paramedic Tarino Lightbourn and his lawyer Pleasant Bridgewater contain evidence detrimental to the defendant’s case.
After arriving in the Bahamas earlier in the day, John Travolta took the stand to testify in the extortion case surrounding the death of his young son, Jett Travolta.
The case alleges that paramedic Tarino Lightbourn and his attorney, former Bahamian Sen. Pleasant Bridgewater, conspired to extort $25 million from Travolta in return for the hiding of a document related to Jett's death.
We all remember the tragedy of Jett Travolta’s untimely death back in January. And earlier today (September 23) parents John Travolta and Kelly Preston arrived at the Nassau, Bahamas court for their extortion trial.
The “Pulp Fiction” actor and his lovely wife looked stone-faced as they made their way inside past the paparazzi and reporters.