By Bobby Pollier, EnStarz | Jul 09, 2012 04:15 PM EDT
After recent allegations of a slew of gay affairs, John Travolta stepped out from the woodwork over the weekend to promote his upcoming crime drama "Savages" alongside up and coming co-stars Taylor Kitsch and Aaron Johnson.
Taking the scrutiny off himself, Travolta praised the on-the-rise Kitsch whom he coins as a "terrific leading man" and claims "did a great job" in the movie.
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Travolta also revealed his stance on love to www.OnTheRedCarpet.com. "In the late 60's, early 70's, free love and ménages a trois were kind of the sexual revolution that was introduced at that time. So this is kind of a throwback to it and I know it's still happening today as well. It just was very, kind of newsworthy in those days."
Allegations against the worldwide renown actor in his personal life first broke the public circuit this past May when he was accused of being homosexually dominant and inappropriate during a couple of male led message sessions.
Travolta-Gate then began to gain more ground as supposed gay love Doug Gotterba came out of the woodwork claiming he had a six year homosexual relationship with Travolta while serving as the A-lister's pilot in the 80's. To add insult to injury, Gotterba is set to pen a juicy tell-all that could lead to actor's marriage going caput.
Reports have recently surfaced that wife Kelly Preston has known about her hubby's past sex-escapades.
Amidst the controversy, Travolta has still managed to keep a somewhat low profile; cancelling his guest spot on the David Letterman show only to be replaced by co-star Blake Lively.
"I think when you sign up to a film called 'Savages' and directed by Oliver Stone, you know what you're getting into, right?" he said.
We can only hope that John Travolta, the person, knows what he has gotten himself into.
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