There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
According to TMZ, the two legendary singers apparently spoke about how much sense it'd make for them to work together at some point, and as it's being reported now,
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So we might have gotten to the bottom of the Travolta extortion case, and in the end, it looks like the men attempting to extort John and his wife Kelly Preston are a bunch of idiots.
The ransomed document is not a cell phone picture of a dying Jett Travolta, but a "refusal to transport" document which would have waived the ambulance ride and the hospital's liability.
A source claims that Travolta wanted to fly his son home to Florida instead of taking the 45 minute ambulance ride to the nearest Bahamian hospital, reasoning that Jett could receive better aid faster if flown. In the end, John went with the ambulance. But, had he decided to fly, that's when the document would have come into play.
Another, source, however, says that the document would not have even been a question, since it is only used in instances of minor injuries, which Jett's were not.
Either way, all sources agree that the document is pretty worthless.
Yet, for some reason, these morons though they could extort millions from the Travoltas to keep things hush hush.
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