Masseurs Sue John Travolta For Initiating Unwanted ‘Happy Endings’
John Travolta’s (alleged) freaky secret is out of the bag!
John Travolta has been sued for $2 million by a masseur who claims the actor sexually assaulted him during a session in a Beverly Hills hotel on January 16.
According to the masseur (identified as John Doe), John Travolta tried to initiate a “happy ending” by rubbing his leg and touching his genitals in the hotel’s private bungalow. John Doe claims the appointment was set up by an anonymous caller who picked him up curbside and drove him to the hotel for a $200/hour fee. It wasn’t until he got there that he realized the client was John Travolta.
The $2 million civil suit claims assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and sexual battery. Not only that…John Doe wants a jury trial. (cues “Law & Order” chimes)
But, there’s one major hiccup in the story. A representative for John Travolta says the claims are “a baseless lie” and the lawsuit is “a complete fiction and fabrication. None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred.” The statement continued, “On the date when plaintiff claims John met him, John was not in California and it can be proved that he was on the East Coast. John intends to get this case thrown out and then he will sue the attorney and plaintiff for malicious prosecution.”
The only thing that troubles me about all of this is that it’s a “representative” answering the allegations and not John’s lawyer. Let me find out John Travolta has a freaky secret and a settlement is on the way.
Oh, and before you rush to judgement and say John Travolta is being set up…a 2nd masseur has filed a sexual assault suit for the same exact thing!
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