Over the weekend, the Daily Mail reported that John Travolta is still so torn up over the death of his son Jett six months ago that he can’t sleep, and every night drives a golf cart around and around his private landing strip until morning. He’s also questioning his faith in Scientology, the religion he’s championed for 34 years that professes to have ways of curing physical and mental illness, but was unable to help the autistic Jett, who died after suffering a seizure. On those all-night cart rides, Travolta is mulling over the idea of quitting the cult but knows that if he does the higher powers at the organization will go public with details of his private life, including allegations of his past homosexual relationships. Because that’s how nurturing and protective Scientology is. And by nurturing and protective we mean imprisoning and vindictive.
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