Jett Travolta autopsy

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Jett “was significantly mentally handicapped.”

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Jett Travolta had a beaming smile and a boy’s love of the water, but he was never heard speaking, and even the family’s closest friends never knew what ailments he had, reports People. “I observed that he was significantly mentally handicapped,” says actress Anne Archer. “John always communicated to him as if Jett could completely understand him. It was a kind of sweet exchange, where he was just happy with anything that Jett offered. Anything.”

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