John Travolta's Alleged Former Gay Lover Responds to Comments That His Lawsuit Is Motivated by 'Money'
John Travolta's alleged ex-lover is responding to the actor's recent comments that the former employee's lawsuit against Travolta is "just about people wanting money."
In July, a California appeals court judge ruled Travolta can no longer stop Douglas Gotterba from telling his side of the story. Gotterba claims that his working relationship with the actor turned into a six-year affair when he was employed by Travolta’s aircraft company Alto in the 1980s.
The Daily Mail reports:
Responding to Travolta's comments, Gotterba said: 'What John Travolta said about me in a recent interview is an inaccurate description of what our court case is about.
'Our dispute is purely about declaratory relief and will be a non-monetary judgement. This is about the truth and my right for a court to decide who is telling the truth, not for Mr Travolta to make a judgement.'
The paper adds that, according to Travolta's attorneys, Gotterba had asked for $10 million to settle the case out of court.