John Travolta is believed to have flown to the Bahamas to take the stand against two people accused of trying toextort $US25 million from the movie star following his son Jett’s death in January.
Travolta is on a list of 14 witnesses against the defendants — a former Bahamas senator and an ambulance driver — who allegedly threatened to release a document related to the treatment of his chronically ill son Jett.
His testimony would mark a break from the low profile that Travolta and his wife, actress Kelly Preston, have kept since their 16-year-old son died from a seizure at a family vacation home on the Grand Bahama island on January 2.
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