Skooter reporting 05/09/12
After the first masseur allegations, a second masseur claimed that the “Pulp Fiction” starbehaved improperly during a massage, but Travolta denied the allegations.
Marty Singer, Travolta’s attorney responded to an amended complaint filed against the actor that includes allegations made by a "John Doe #2," said that the claim by Doe #2 is just as fictitious as the claim by Doe #1. His client will be fully vindicated in court on both of these ridiculous and imaginary claims.
The new plaintiff claims that he met Travolta in January at an Atlanta resort where he was working as a masseur. Based on the amended complaint, the plaintiff was called to the room of a guest identified as "Mr. White," who wanted a male masseuse. When Doe #2 arrived at the room he met Travolta who “had a strange appearance, bloodshot eyes” as he climbed nude onto the massage table.
Travolta took off the sheet he was wearing several times, complaining that the sheet was "sticky" and he couldn't stand it. The complaint continued that Travolta insisted that his muscles of his buttocks be worked on, and that the actor, in an excited state, attempted to direct the plaintiff’s hands toward his rectum. Then Travolta tried to force the masseur’s hand onto his scrotum, then the actor began to grasp, rub, and caress Doe No. 2’s upper thighs and buttocks. Defendant started playing his genitals and Doe # 2 hurried away after Defendant forcibly hugged him.
Like the first, the second defendant is asking $2 million in the complaint, which charges assault sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
In the first complaint, filed Friday, a man name withheld claims that he was hired to give Travolta a massage in January, and brought to a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel by Travolta himself. According to the complaint, during the massage Travolta rubbed the therapist's leg, leading on to his scrotum and penis.
Responding to the first complaint, a spokesperson of the actor told TheWrap that Travolta was on the East Coast at the time of the alleged incident, and that the actor intends to get this case dismissed and then he will sue the attorney and Plaintiff for malicious prosecution.
Marty Singer suggested that it is obvious the attorney for the plaintiff had amended his complaint after investigating Travolta’s whereabouts at the time of the purportedly incident.