Controversial Princess Diana Documentary ‘Unlawful Killing’ Permanently Shelved

A documentary that investigated a possible cover-up of Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed’s 1997 death has been permanently shelved just weeks before it was set to hit theaters.

Unlawful Killing was produced by Al-Fayed’s billionaire father and purchased by distributors at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Controversy surrounds the flick because it paints a negative picture of Prince Charles’ family by alleging a Royal cover-up and conspiracy to keep key facts from the media.


While we’re sure the world would have been slightly intrigued to see what dirt director Keith Allen dug up, the film’s distributors required global insurance coverage to protect themselves from lawsuits, which they were unable to secure in the U.K. and France. As a result, producers have decided that the film is unreleasable and have said in a statement:

“It became undoable. We are all disappointed. We worked on Unlawful Killing for four years. We’ve written back to all of the distributors and are returning their minimum guarantees. We’re doing the decent thing.”

Oh well, disappointing as it is, I think this news is a relief for the royal family. But we gotta ask… Would you have wanted to see what Unlawful Killing had to present? OR would you rather that the world be kept in the dark about Keith Allen’s investigation?

Source: Perez Hilton

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John Travolta Case: Third Man Sues For Sexual Harassment

Two male masseuses have each filed lawsuits against the married actor John Travolta and now a former Royal Caribbean cruise ship employee has joined in on the party.

Similarly to the other stories, Chilean Fabian Zanzi claims that Travolta stripped down naked and asked for a massage. That was just foreplay for the sex he expected to have after allegedly offering to pay the cruise ship manager $12,000. Here are the creepy details:

“[He] said he had something on his neck. I thought it was a fuzz. As I approached, he took off his white coat and was naked. He hugged me and asked me to do a massage.”


The weird part is that this guy wasn’t a masseuse. He was simply in charge of taking care of VIP guests. Much like the masseuse in Atlanta, Zanzi says he immediately reported the incident to his supervisors. They didn’t believe him though and actually confined him to his cabin before eventually firing him.

Again, we have no idea if ANY of these claims are valid and his lawyer has already presented evidence that contradicts the first masseuse’s story. However, it’s hard to ignore THREE lawsuits, not to mention a lot of gossip we’ve been hearing for years…

Do you think JT will be able to surpass all these trials (no pun intended!)? Share your opinions with us!

Source: Perez Hilton

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