John Doe Changes Date Of Travolta Assault, Do You Still Believe Him?
By Mack Rawden 3 years ago
John Doe may have remembered enough about his supposed encounter with John Travolta to offer a blow-by-blow account of the actorís behavior, but apparently, he didnít remember the incident well enough to get the date right. After publicly accusing the Pulp Fiction star of exposing himself, propositioning sex and masturbating during a massage on January 16th, the masseur has admitted the January 16th part was definitely never correct.
Embarrassed and without a whole lot of options, John Doe has decided to fire his attorney to try and stop the bleeding caused by his colossal mistake. Speaking to CNN, Okorie Okorocha, who is still representing John Doe #2, admitted he thought the date his client had given him was correct, but obviously, there was some kind of miscommunication. As such, both parties think it would be best if someone who ďhasnít made any mistakesĒ takes over from this point forward.
Two days ago, every shred of momentum in this case was on the accuserís side. A second person had come forward to file his own lawsuit, and rumor had it as many as twenty-five additional plaintiffs may have been in talks with Okorocha about Travoltaís string of misbehavior. As of right now however, only three total accusers exist. This one just fired his attorney, and the third guy hasnít even bothered hiring an attorney.
Iíd like to think changing legal representation and screwing up one measly date wouldnít be enough to shift my outlook on a case, but Iím surprised to find Iíve lost almost complete confidence in this dude.
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