John Travolta Addresses Celebrities' Lack Of Privacy
If there's one celebrity who can identify with the Kate Middleton fiasco that has rocked not only the British Royal Family, but most of Europe, it's John Travolta, 58, who has faced some unwanted attention of his own over the years.
"There's a right to privacy, whether you're famous or not famous," he told BBC in an interview promoting the British release of his Oliver Stone film, Savages, also starring Salma Hayek, Benicio Del Toro, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Taylor Kitsch and Blake Lively. "And I feel that anyone being invaded at that level is unfortunate. There should be a law. No one would like that."
Travolta talked about the death of his son, Jett, at the age of 16 from a seizure in 2009, and how he considered leaving acting then, but decided not to "after three years of getting a lot of support from my church and a lot of support from people — fans, family."
Travolta, who is married to Kelly Preston, 49, and has a daughter, Ella Bleu, 12, and a son Benjamin Hunter, 1, has been dodging rumors about his sexuality for many years. "It's probably the worst time to be famous in the history of fame because of the Internet and the level of invasion of privacy is so extraordinarily high," he said.
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