Travolta Admits His Son Was Autistic
The National Enquirer has posted John Travolta’s detailed statement to the police given at the time of his son Jett’s death. In it, he tells the police that his son was autistic. That is not what the family ever said to the press, instead making up a story about Kawasaki Diesease.
The ENQUIRER has obtainedJohn Travolta’s statement to police, which reveals for the first time, in his own words, how he bravely battled to save his dying 16-year-old son. Jett.
The document is a dramatic never-before-seen minute-by-minute account of the crisis, in which the star appears to have done everything he could to bring his son back to life.
In the three-page document signed by Travolta, the Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 star acknowledges that his son was autistic.
The autism disclosure adds to the family’s previous claims that Jett suffered from Kawasaki disease, a rare illness that affects the blood vessels in young children. Travolta is a leading Scientologist, and Scientology doesn’t always agree with autism as a diagnosis.
The family has suffered the greatest pain possible in the loss of this child. No one wants them to suffer more. But one has to ask why Scientology put them through this extra pain of deception? How many years did the family have to at least partially deny the truth? Was there pressure to handle the illness with Scientology practices?
We’ll probably never know the truth but for the the Travoltas to tell the truth finally about the autism would help them and the other families facing this challenge.Explore posts in the same categories: News