John Travolta's wife Kelly Preston is finally speaking out about those shocking allegations about the superstar, which Travolta has denied.
In a six page spread in People magazine, on newsstands Friday, Kelly Preston is quoted as saying:
"It's really sad when people will destroy a family just to make some money."
"You attack my family and I'll come down on you. I will fight back very time."
Kristen Mascia of People magazine told INSIDE EDITION, "She really believes in her husband. She's stuck by him all the way through and she has sort of said, look, this stuff really upsets me. I don't like hearing about it and it really upsets me that people focus on it."
The magazine reports that Travolta's wife of 20 years, is "stressing out" and "angry" over the claims that he made unwelcome advances to male massage therapists. And the Hollywood power couple is worried over what to tell their 12-year-old daughter, Ella about the allegations.
"They will tell her that this is something that has come up over the years," said Mascia.
But after suffering the grief of losing their 16-year-old son Jett in 2009, the couple believe they can weather any storm.
Kelly Preston talked about that tragedy and her decision to have another child in an interview that just aired on Lifetime.
"I have so much love inside of me that I want to be able to share it. For me, that's what gives back," said Preston.
Meanwhile, John Doe #1 has a new attorney—Gloria Allred, best known for her women's rights cases. John Doe #1's case was dismissed yesterday, but Gloria Allred warned of new allegations to come.
"He's still legally entitled to file another lawsuit against against John Travolta if he chooses," said Allred.