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An Appeals Court judge yesterday ruled that a former pilot who worked for John Travolta is allowed to bring a case to trial to determine whether his termination agreement with Travolta had a confidentiality agreement. Douglas Gotterba says the agreement he signed does not and that the agreement used by Travolta's attorney is a draft of one that was never signed. Travolta's attorney had tried to even keep the guy from trying to bring his case but the judge said that idea is crap and that the guy can go to trial. Gotterba had always remained silent about his time working for Travolta and their extra special time that was not working. However, a former employee outed the situation and now Gotterba would like to publish a book detailing everything that went on while working for Travolta. It is going to take a mighty big check for him not to tell all if he wins. That is the thing though. All he has done now is win the right to go to trial. He still has not shown that he is not bound by an agreement. Gotterba worked for Travolta for six years back in the 80's.
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