Now comes word via TMZ that Jett Travolta’s autopsy results will probably not be released by the Travolta family.
According to the Bahamian Minister of Health, Dr. Hubert Minnis, Anna Nicole Smith‘s former obstetrician (anyone hearing alarms going off?) has decided to use a second specialist to guarantee a good assessment of what might have caused Jett’s death. (BTW, Anna Nicole Smith’s son Daniel died while visiting her Bahamas hospital room and she’s buried next to him on the island.)
As far as Jett’s autopsy being released to the public, it’s totally up to the family. They are the only ones with the authority to release the results.
Of course, speculation is running rampant in the blogosphere over the sad, sad news of Jett’s untimely death. I spoke off the record with a Hollywood industry insider who has known John Travolta for more than a decade. She told me that John’s son Jett weighed about 250 pounds and stood around 6 feet 2 inches tall.
So, my question: Wouldn’t a fall by a person of this size be loud enough to hear inside the house instantly? (Even if the other people – nannies, etc – were sleeping.)
Also, this Travolta friend I spoke with has never ever heard John use the the word "Kawasaki" to describe Jett’s condition.