The ongoing John Travolta extortion case in the Bahamas has finally come to a stop. The judge declared a mistrial in the case because of a possible shady juror.
The case originated when two people were trying to extort actor John Travolta for $25 million in exchange for their silence regarding details of their son Jett’s death in the Bahamas in January 2009.
A member of the Bahamian Parliament, Picewill Forbes, announced that one of the defendants in the case, Pleasant Bridgewater, was acquitted of all charges. But!! This statement came out before an official verdict was announced by the jury.
Based on the information above, one of the jurors is suspected of running off and blabbing the verdict to Picewill Forbes, therefore resulting in a mistrial!
The judge has ordered a retrial.
What a mess…I feel so bad for the Travolta family; they shouldn’t have to be dealing with all this shit. Instead, they should be able to grieve for the tragic loss of their son.