Did John Travolta's insurer pony up a ton of cash to settle two sexual assault claims against him last year?
According to a document obtained by Gawker, the Pulp Fiction actor was hit with sexual assault claims by six separate parties last year, and his production company's insurance paid out a combined $84,000 for two of those claims.
The document indicates that Chartis Insurance - the insurance provider for the 59-year-old star's production company, Constellation Productions, Inc. - paid a small amount of money to a Chicago-based sports therapist, while $80,750 was paid to an unnamed masseur.
A total of six separate sexual assault claims had been filed against the actor in 2012. John's lawyer had previously stated that no settlement had been made in any of these cases, although this new document suggests otherwise.
We may never know if any of these claims made against John are "fiction."
Source: Gawker, Huffington Post