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Turns out that John Travolta really didn't want a trial after all. John's attorneys have always said John was innocent of the charges made by a former cruise ship staffer that said that when he brought room service to Travolta's cabin what he got was Travolta pressed against him naked with an erect peen. The staffer sued. Travolta's attorneys had tried to force the case to private arbitration but a judge sided with the staffer which meant there would have been a trial. That happened on Monday. Yesterday the two parties settled the suit and the staffer dropped his lawsuit. I guess writing that check was a whole lot easier than having everyone tuning in to watch the trial live everyday while a parade of other witnesses talked about Travolta and his previous actions.
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