Living fifty miles Southeast of Orlando, we get a steady feed about the Travolta’s. We love this family, they are close-knit and loving, kind and generous. There are complaints from time to time about John’s planes but we believe it’s only to generate a story.
We were stunned and saddened when the news broke about Jett. What happened? Did he have a seizure? Was this one too much for him? Did the seizure cause him to fall and hit his head? Is that what killed him?
Or was it the medication that caused his death? Actually, it’s the effect of the medication on our organs that can cause a problem. I take Tegretol for seizures. At first my blood was tested twice a year, now it’s every three months.
Travolta’s lawyer told Radar Online: They gave him an anti-seizure medication, Depakote, for over a year. It extended the seizures out to over twenty-one days. But ultimately the attacks got closer and closer, they had to give him more and more medication, and it started to cause organ damage so they stopped.
Jett Travolta will have an autopsy Monday. Every organ will be tested; the pathologist will know. Do you think the results will be released to the public?
May Your Glass Always Be Half Full