John Travolta has recently been the headline for facing allegations of sexually harassing male masseurs, which already amounted to four. However, more bad news has come Travolta's way when photos of him in ladies clothing emerged.
Author Robert Randolph is suing John Travolta for libel.
The photos were printed at the front cover of The National Enquirer where he appeared just like a true blue drag queen. At first, many thought that this could have just been for one of his movie roles but according to the publication, it was not so.
The controversial photo showed Travolta wearing a dress with a brown belt and a fur stole. He was also wearing a pair of earrings and a necklace as jewellery with full make up on his face. There was also a hint that he was wearing a bra right under the knitted frock.
According to the magazine, the photo was taken during an LA party that the 'Grease' actor attended way back in 1997. He was already married to wife Kelly Preston then for six years.
There were also news that Travolta's wife has already left the actor right from the time the cross dress scandal surfaced.
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