<<< Travolta’s boys battle in the Bahamas with lawyers: Mike McDermott (front) and Ronnie Zupancic (rear) have shown their tempers with the defense lawyers. They’ll be back on Monday when McDermott has to answer some more questions after those top secret tapes finally come out.
Nassau, Bahamas — Michael McDermott (or as our commentators are now calling him McDummit), John Travolta’s Florida attorney has made some powerful claims about taping Pleasant Bridgewater and Tarino Lightborne trying to extort the money from the actor. He told the court he met with top cop Marvin Dames during his meeting at Maynard & Co., Allyson Gibson, Clement Maynard and several other “legal eagles” before his room at the Sheraton was set up with audio and video equipment.
Now, these super secret tapes are set to be played in full on Monday because the court didn’t want to “fragment” them by listening to one portion and not the whole thing. This is a triple feature that ain’t coming to a theatre near you. Rumor has it the tapes are nearly an hour long of stunning evidence that could blow this case deeper than the blue holes of Andros. Take a good look at our exclusive photo we took of him on Friday leaviing court. Does this look like a man who came to the Bahamas with as Murro Ducille said, “evil in his heart”? Walking behind him, his Ronald ‘Ronnie’ Zupancic, another Travolta buddy who tried to act up with Ducille when he took the witness stand the other day.
With so many MP’s and PLP’s showing up for court, we wonder who might be sitting in the gallery on Monday to see just what went down in room 328. Bahama Press readers, don’t even try to go on Shirley Street, much less Bank Lane Monday morning. Travolta’s crew, the international media and everybody and their potcake look like they trying get front row seats for this one.
We just hope McDermott knows what he’s getting into because after those tapes are played, he has to face some more questions by Bridgewater’s no-nonsense Murrio Ducille and Lightbourne’s man-with-a-plan Carlson Shurland. Both lawyers will be ready to fire off some serious questions for McDummit (hope he didn’t see we just mispronounce his name) depending on what is on the tapes.
What we do know about the tapes so far is that three witnesses have already claimed that there was conversation involving Bridgewater, Lightbourne and McDermott and that the tapes were signed by McDermott and two officers. We also know that there is a lengthy transcript that was written up by a lady cop who was also in the undercover room 326 McDermott said was right next door when he was entertaining his ‘guests’ that fateful morning.
Once we finally get to see these tapes, the only other question we have to ponder is just how much bleach Bridgewater goes through in a week to keep her whites tidy. More importantly, is that white representing innocence or surrender? Een long now. Check back with Bahama Press by Monday afternoon, we bringing you this one before everybody else with all the details!