John Travolta sex suit contradicted by new evidence: Report
Two masseurs have claimed that John Travolta sexually assaulted them, but evidence revealed Wednesday suggests that at least one of the claims is bogus.
Earlier this month, a Los Angeles masseur alleged that the "Pulp Fiction" star made unwanted advances at a Beverly Hills hotel on January 16; on Tuesday, a second masseur claimed similar events occurred at an Atlanta resort on Jan. 28, according to reports.
A photograph and receipt obtained by the website TMZ.com, however, indicated that Travolta was dining in New York at the time of the first alleged incident.
Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer, has denied both accusations, calling them “absurd and ridiculous,” according to reports. In response to the second accusation, he told People,“it is obvious that he checked media reports that my client was in Atlanta working on a movie."
Okorie Okorocha, the lawyer representing the masseurs, told RadarOnline.com, that there may be cases against Travolta “in virtually every state of the union.”The two masseurs filed complaints in Los Angeles as John Does.
Travolta has been married to actress Kelly Preston for more than 20 years.