Alleged Travolta Extortionists Plead Not Guilty

Apr. 28 2009, Published 11:50 a.m. ET

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The two parties accused of extorting John Travolta out of $25 million have plead not guilty.

In a Bahamian court today, Tarino Lightbourne and Pleasant Bridgewater deny they had any part in specified charges, abatement to extort for her and attempted extortion for him.

The alleged extortion is said to pertain to the death of Jett Travolta, John's son who died tragically over the New Year. Lightbourne was the driver of an ambulence that responded to the Travolta's residence on Grand Bahama Island, where Jett tragically suffered a seizure and died at 16.

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Both parties were released on $50,000 bail and will be back in court September 21 of this year.

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