John Travolta has won victory in a libel case over brought against him by author Robert Randolph, who wrote a book claiming the 'Grease' star frequented “gay bathhouses”.
Randolph was suing the actor for allegedly attempting to discredit him and his book by claiming he had mental problems. The libel stems from an alleged letter fired off and leaked by the star's lawyer Marty Singer, who was also being sued, claiming he had mental problems and that his book 'You'll Never Spa In This Town Again' was fabrications and lies according to TMZ.
Randolph's case was dismissed by the judge who agreed with Lynda Goldman, the lawyer representing Travolta and Singer, that the letter was a legitimate part of the legal dispute surrounding the book and is protected by the US' First Amendment, freedom of speech.
The subject of Travolta's sexuality has been widely discussed following three separate claims of sexual misconduct by the star against male massage therapists stemming from incidents alleged to have taken place earlier this year.
All claims have been dismissed by the 'Pulp Fiction' star's lawyers.
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