★ What is Gossip Cop? Find out!

Robert Randolph

John Travolta Awarded Six-Figure Legal Fee From Bathhouse Sex Book Accuser

Truth rating: 10

John Travolta has won a six-figure victory over the author who claimed the actor frequented gay bathhouses in his self-published book, “You’ll Never Spa in This Town Again.”

In June, the Grease star and his attorney Marty Singer were sued for libel by Robert Randolph, who claims they hurt his book sales by attempting to discredit him.

The case was dismissed back in September, and now the judge has ordered Randolph to pay Travolta’s entire legal bill, which amounts to $139,645.

John Travolta & Attorney Sued Over Sex Spa Book; They Slam Lawsuit as ‘Meritless’


John Travolta and his attorney Marty Singer are being sued by Robert Randolph, who claims they have hurt his book sales by attempting to discredit him.

As Gossip Cop previously reported, Randolph self-published You’ll Never Spa in This Town Again in 2010, claiming he witnessed the actor engage in sex acts with men at various spas.

In a legal letter obtained by Gossip Cop, Travolta’s lawyer blasted the book as “blatant defamatory lies.”

Now Randolph is firing back, suing Travolta and Singer for unspecified damages, claiming the two purposefully lied in order to persuade potential readers not to purchase the book.

EXCLUSIVE: John Travolta Attacks Site’s “Secret Sex Life” Allegations



Hours before his wife Kelly Preston gave birth to their son Benjamin, John Travolta’s team shot off a five-page legal letter to Gawker, demanding it remove a post purporting to reveal the actor’s so-called “secret sex life” with other men in Los Angeles spas.

In the blistering missive, obtained by Gossip Cop, Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer, calls out the site posting “false and outrageous” claims made by Robert Randolph, whose salacious stories Gawker ran in a post called “The Secret Sex Life of John Travolta.”

  1. Gossip Cop
  2. Mediaite
  3. Styleite
  4. The Mary Sue
  5. The Braiser
CloseSubscribe to Gossip Cop's newsletter: