Travolta Sues Film Company

False advertising claims

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John Travolta's lawyer is filing a multi-million dollar lawsuit against a film company for falsely claiming to be making movies with the black-suited superstar in order to sell stock. The company, Silverado Films, ran advertisements in USA Today offering one million shares of its stock at $5 per share and claimed that they were working "in association with John Travolta Films." Travolta, who says he had no intention of making any movies with Silverado, is seeking $5 million in damages, plus any profits from the allegedly unauthorized use of his name.

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