A second accuser, another male masseur, has filed claim accusing billionaire actorof sexually molesting him during a massage session. While Travolta’s lawyer has fervently denied the charges, the attorney representing both masseurs says he has evidence that the alleged assaults did take place.
John Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer, denied the allegations, calling them a fabrication while claiming that his client was not even present in Beverley Hills on January 16, when the alleged incident took place.
"This second 'anonymous' claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one,” Singer said. He insists that his client was not just in New York City on January 16, but was also present there the day before.
According to a report by TMZ, a couple of photos about which the attorney says prove Travolta was in New York City have surfaced. The pictures show Travolta during a fitting session for his upcoming movie, “Killing Season”.
Attorney representing both masseurs, on the other hand, challenged the above claims, saying that he had proof that Singer was merely trying to save his client and the alleged incidents did happen. "I can prove and have evidence that John Travolta was in Los Angeles on January 16 when he sexually assaulted my client," Okorie Okorcoha told the Radar Online. “The credit card receipt that Mr. Travolta says proves he was in New York City has a time stamp of 11:38 p.m., our complaint clearly says the assault occurred in the morning of January 16. This credit card receipt proves absolutely nothing, and it doesn't account for the day of January 16.”
"My client was sexually assaulted at 10 am, Travolta could make it to New York on horseback in that time," Okorocha fired back. According to People magazine, Okorocha also claims that these two accusers are not the only ones out there accusing the actor of sexual harassment, there is a whole bunch of them and they may soon step forward.
Okorocha is confident that Marty Singer cannot sue him or his clients on charges of invalidity of the filings, because that can only be done if he wins the case, according to the Californian law, and that won’t be happening, Okorocha challenged Singer. “It will never happen; he won't win, so we might as well get it over with now. Bring it on."
Both accusers are seeking $2 million in damages and are fully willing to let the jury give its verdict as to which party is telling the truth and whose story is actually a fabricated one.