John Travolta Snubs Gay Rumors About Him

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
John Travolta Snubs Gay Rumors About Him
John Travolta

John Travolta set a lot of tongues wagging when he danced with astronaut Buzz Aldrin at the Kennedy Space Center. However, he has denied the rumors that he is gay.

John Travolta had a tough time with the rumor circuit when he was spotted dancing with an astronaut at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The event was for Buzz Aldrin’s ShareSpace foundation, which is focused on increasing science literacy among kids with arts-science integration.

According to the Huffington Post, John Travolta was all praise for Buzz Aldrin at the event. It was at this event that Travolta was seen dancing with the astronaut Buzz Aldrin. The Apollo astronaut joked about the event saying that he thought he was holding his own, adding that “What do you think?”

It seems that Travolta’s life is mired in controversy at the moment, with a former pilot Doug Gotterba claiming that he had a gay love affair with Travolta in the eighties, Daily Beast reported. The details of the whole sordid affair will be revealed in Gotterba’s tell-all, but Travolta is not amused. The memoir is likely to reveal all about the long six years gay affair of John Travolta with his former pilot who claims to be an ex-lover before he tied the knot with Kelly Preston in 1991. The actor said that he was certain that Doug Gotterba is after money. He said that Gotterba is among the people who just want money and that’s all, adding that these type of things happen on several levels.

Travolta and Doug Gotterba will be facing each other in court soon over the issue. But whatever the outcome, Travolta will obviously feel inconvenienced due to the strange issue. It might even take a toll on his personal life and relationships.

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