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John Travolta may sue Gawker over gay-sex allegations

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John Travolta's lawyers have sent Gawker a five-page threatening letter after the gossip site published a post called "The Secret Sex Life of John Travolta," which claimed Travolta was having gay sex in various L.A. steam rooms. In classic Gawker fashion, the post was culled from a self-published book by one Robert Randolph, whom, the letter notes, suffered "permanent brain damage" in a 2003 assault. The letter calls Randolph's claims ("Dirty, dirty, kinky, kinky. Stuff no one in their right mind would want to come out") "ridiculous" and demands the post's immediate removal, but as I write this, it's still up. More on this as soon as John Travolta stops having sex with men. (Kidding! Kidding! Don't sue us!)