Actress Kelly Preston, 49, has reportedly walked out of the marital home that she shares with actor John Travolta and is in the process of ending their 21-year-marriage after old photos surfaced of Travolta dressed in drag.
"Kelly told me their marriage is over and made it clear that she's no longer living in the family home," a friend of Preston's reportedly told The National Enquirer.
"She's put up with John's double life for decades while his behavior remained in the shadows," the source said, adding that "all this coming out in public has humiliated her. Kelly is absolutely destroyed."
The photos, which were published in the tabloid magazine, reportedly show the 58-year-old "Hairspray" actor dressed in a white dress, brown belt, women's jewelry and heavy makeup.
The married father is sporting thick black eyeliner, bright pink lipstick and a blonde wig which is neatly pulled back in a ponytail.
According to reports the photos were taken in 1997 at a party in Los Angeles that Travolta attended, and the bizarre attire was not for a film role.
The news follows reports that there are now a total of seven men accusing Travolta of sexual assault, with experts expecting that number to increase, according to Radar Online.
Various men including three masseurs, a former cruise ship worker and a gym employee, have come forward in recent weeks with the explosive allegations and most have hired legal representation for assistance in weighing their legal options.
"Hearing about all the cases now, I regret not saying something sooner," one accuser known as Jeff told the New York Daily News. "He was putting his hands where he wanted me to work and kind of grinding on the table. At one point, he actually pulled my hand between his legs, up to his scrotum."
Jeff, like the other masseurs, alleges that he was hired to perform a private massage by the actor and was assaulted during the session.
Travolta allegedly began masturbating toward the end of the session and told Jeff, "It's okay, you can do it. No one's going to know," Jeff claimed.
Another accuser, who has been described as a gym employee and personal trainer, alleges that Travolta once groped and fondled him against his will.
Travolta's attorney Marty Singer has vehemently denied all of the allegations against his client and has threatened to counter-sue each accuser "for malicious prosecution."