John Travolta just scored a major victory in his legal battle with Robert Randolph, the author of a book alleging same-sex bath house philandering by the actor.
Travolta was sued for libel by Randolph, author of You'll Never Spa in This Town Again, after he claimed Travolta and his attorney conspired to discredit him.
Robert Randolph said Travolta and Marty Singer spread lies about his mental health.
The court threw out the case back in September, but now a judge has ordered the author to reimburse the Grease star for the entire legal bill - a whopping $139,645.17.
Singer, understandably, was excited about the ruling, telling TMZ:
"This legal fee award is another complete and total victory for Mr. Travolta. Anyone else who files a ridiculous lawsuit against him should expect a similar outcome.”
Doug Gotterba, he's talking about you, man.
Singer has been a busy man this year, with Randolph and Gotterba alleging long-ago Travolta sexual trysts, and two male masseurs claiming he assaulted them.
A cruise ship employee made similar claims.
At the end of the day, Travolta has come out on top in every legal ruling so far; none of the many rumors that the actor is gay have actually been substantiated.
In less salacious news, you should check out Travolta and Oliva Newton-John's new video! That thing came out of nowhere, but will be instantly loved by fans.