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Apr 9, 2009 Seizure killed Travolta's son — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Globe and Mail (Canada)
Intense scrutiny has focused on John Travolta's family after the death of the actor's chronically ill 16-year-old son Jett, who died at the family's vacation home at a Grand Bahama resort on Friday.
Yesterday, an undertaker said the death certificate concluded that the cause of death was a seizure, and that the teen's body showed no sign of head trauma despite earlier police reports that he hit his head on a bathtub.
Mr. Travolta, 54, and wife Kelly Preston, 46, were ...
Jan 28, 2009 Extortion plot revealed — Bahama Journal
Jan 27, 2009 Maynard-Gibson, a witness in extortion case — Nassau Guardian (Bahamas)
Nassau Guardian (Bahamas)
By ARTESIA DAVIS,Guardian Senior Reporter,email@example.com
Former attorney general and PLP Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson is listed as a witness against the ambulance driver who is accused of trying to extort $25 million from actor John Travolta whose son died of a seizure in Grand Bahama earlier this month, The Guardian has confirmed.
Maynard-Gibson, who is Travolta's Bahamian lawyer, is one of the 14 witnesses listed on the court docket against Tarino Lightbourne.
Lightbourne, 47, of Freeport, Grand Bahama, entered not guilty pleas ...
Jan 11, 2009 Intriguing questions about the Scientologist wedding photographer who was the main carer for John Travolta's son — Daily Mail (UK)
Daily Mail (UK)
John Travolta and his wife Kelly stood vigil for four hours over the body of their 16-year-old son Jett on the tiny island of Grand Bahama. The poignant scene was described by neighbour and family friend Obie Wilchcombe, who said: ‘They didn’t want to leave.’ The teenager’s premature death from an epileptic fit last weekend was as unexpected as it was tragic. Although Jett had suffered serious health problems since early childhood, the Hollywood actor believed his son would be as ...
Jan 5, 2009 Travolta's lawyers: Jett had history of seizures, medicine ineffective — FOX News
John Travolta's lawyers, Michael Ossi and Michael McDermott, said Sunday Jett Travolta, the actor's 16-year-old son who died Friday, was on an anti-seizure medication called Depakote for several years, but the drug was suspended after it lost its effectiveness amid concern about side effects.
Jett apparently suffered from grand mal seizures, a type of epilepsy marked by convulsions and loss of consciousness, Ossi and McDermott said.
Click here to learn more about Jett's struggle with Kawasaki disease.
Jett, who had a ...
Jan 4, 2009 John Travolta, EMT struggled to save 16-year-old Jett — NY Daily News (New York)
Jan 3, 2009 Bahamas using 2 experts for Travolta son autopsy — Associated Press
Bahamas Using 2 Experts for Travolta Son Autopsy
Bahamas' health minister requests 2 pathologists to oversee autopsy on John Travolta's son
By CHRIS GILLETTE Associated Press Writer
FREEPORT, Bahamas January 3, 2009 (AP)
The Bahamas will use two pathologists to ensure a careful autopsy on John Travolta's son, who died at the actor's vacation home in Grand Bahama, the territory's health minister said Saturday.
Dr. Hubert Minnis told The Associated Press that he decided to use a second specialist to guarantee ...
Jan 3, 2009 John Travolta's teenage son dies — BBC News
Jan 2, 2009 John Travolta’s 16-year-old son dies / Jett Travolta hit his head in a bathtub Friday morning, says spokesperson — Associated Press
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