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Jett Travolta's situation summary

Discussion in 'Jett Travolta' started by Ann O'Nymous, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. zebrafaced Member

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    The strip actually goes up to his backyard from the rest of the airport, which makes it possible to park on Greystone and live in Jumbolair. He lives in a subdivision of planefags who don't mind that kind of thing. Personally, I think that our local developers are fucking insane. Who wants to listen to planes coming in and going out at all hours?
  2. auchraw Member

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    The first of my references is to a court case about 2000 and there are quotes from neighbours who complain about his 707 and the damage it is doing to the runway, etc. So JT not a popular neighbour. Google also has complaints about landing his 707 on small airstrips in Maine(?) and frightening little old ladies and others. Apparently people with small private planes do not laik JT and his 707.
  3. zebrafaced Member

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    I was talking more about the fact that the residents around there don't mind living basically on an airport, not quite "lol jt r best neybore evar." I don't even live that close to him and his plane has scared the fuck out of me.
  4. avbb Member

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    His sprawling house looks like a small town airport! I wonder if there are gloryholes in the bathroom walls?
  5. Anonymous Member

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    Yep. And there's even two stolls for Little Davey to bend over against one, too.
  6. Herro Member

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  7. Ann O'Nymous Member

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  8. Herro Member

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  9. Ann O'Nymous Member

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  10. JohnnyRUClear Member

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    That's exactly the point. What WAS there? :confused:

    /tinfoil

    I will hold you, tender one.

    Ah yes; the former Mr. Kirstie Alley. Intentional Sci-tie on your part there, or just serendipitous coincidence?
  11. Anonymous Member

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    Explosive Evidence from the Travolta Extortion Trial - John Travolta : People.com

    Explosive Evidence from the Travolta Extortion Trial
    By Siobhan Morrissey

    Originally posted Friday September 25, 2009 09:55 AM EDT
    John Travolta and son Jett in 2005

    Is it the smoking gun?

    The trial of two defendants accused of trying to exort $25 million from John Travolta in return for handing over a document relating to the death of the star's 16-year-old son, Jett, continues in the Bahamas today.

    Meanwhile, PEOPLE has watched videotape of conversations recorded by the Royal Bahamas Police between Travolta's attorney and the two defendants – paramedic Tarino Lightbourn and his lawyer, Pleasant Bridgewater, a former Bahamian senator – that appear to be an attempt to secure a multi-million payment from Travolta for the return of a form the star signed when considering whether to have his son be taken to an airport rather than to the nearest hospital.


    PHOTOS: Jett's Loving Family Life

    "Where the hell did you get a number of 25 million bucks?" Travolta's lawyer, Michael McDermott, indignantly asks Lightbourn, who was one of the first people to arrive at the scene of Jett's death, about the exorbitant sum the paramedic allegedly demanded for handing over the document, known as Do Not Transport form.


    Bahamian Robin Hood?
    "I was poor all my life," Lightbourn pleads, as Bridgewater apparently listens in on a speakerphone to the conversation caught on a hidden camera at a Bahamas hotel last January. "You know, me and my family, were struggling all our life. I wanted to do things for charity all of my life."

    "You're a Bahamian Robin Hood, man!," Travolta's lawyer says with a laugh.

    In the videotape viewed by a PEOPLE reporter, Lightbourn eventually agrees to a price of $15 million on the tape, then questions whether Travolta's lawyer can be trusted – especially when McDermott suggests handing over the money in installments.

    "I can't do installments," Lightbourn protests. "I want to get this behind me. I want to put this to rest. I don't want to see you anymore ... I'm thinking, how do I know if I go to the States one day the Feds don't pick me up? How do I know if I go to the States one day, it's not a hit on me?"

    McDermott tries to reassure him: "I dont operate like that," he says.


    'Case Closed'
    After working out a means of exchanging the money with a wire transfer, McDermott winds up the 44-minute meeting. "Once you confirm, I mean, within 10 minutes, I want those damn documents ... I'll have somebody waiting for you over at your law office or something in Freeport. You give him an envelope, okay, that's got the original and the copy in it, and have a wonderful life."

    "Exactly," Lightbourn agrees. "Case closed. Case closed ... Once this is closed, its buried deeper than the Titanic."

    Just over a month after the alleged negotiation, Travolta met with Bahamian police to file a complaint that led to the current trial. Both Lightbourn and Bridgewater have pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit extortion. If convicted, they could face up to ten or more years in prison.

    Travolta is not expected to testify again in the Nassau courtroom before the beginning of next week.
  12. zebrafaced Member

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    I'm gonna go ahead and say that DM was gonna meet a cheap male hooker that visits Parliament House on the weekends.


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    Nothing Herro does is coincidence. He doesn't play with dice.

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