John Travolta Denies He Touched Masseur's Penis
By Mack Rawden 4 years ago
Celebrities get accused of doing a lot of ridiculous things. Often, the accusations end up in court. Some are proven true. Others are exposed as lies. On the scale of weirdness, this one is among the most salacious we’ve ever seen. On the scale of believability, I’ll let you place it where you will.
An anonymous masseur has filed a lawsuit claiming John Travolta exposed himself, attempted to solicit sex and touched his penis during a recent encounter. Referred to only as John Doe in his legal paperwork, the plaintiff claims the Get Shorty star answered his ad offering two hundred dollar an hour massages. The two supposedly met up and went back to Travolta’s place where the actor disrobed and received an hour long massage without incident. Shortly thereafter, the masseur claims things took a turn for the worse. The legal documents allege the celebrity asked for sex, got rebuffed, volunteered to jerk the masseur off, touched his penis without permission, masturbated, and then claimed Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jews who like sexual favors. According to TMZ, John Doe says he was eventually paid double his fee and told to take a hike.
Not willing to let these claims fester for too long, Travolta’s representative has already lashed out publicly against the charges, denying every single detail. He told People his client is already planning a lawsuit of his own alleging malicious prosecution. Here’s a look at the statement…
"None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred. The plaintiff, who refuses to give their name, knows that the suit is a baseless lie. It is for that reason that the plaintiff hasn't been identified with a name even though it is required to do so. 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,"
I tend to think there’s really nothing to these allegations. They sound a bit too absurd to be true, but I guess we’ll find out in court. The plaintiff is seeking more than two million dollars in damages. He better have some hard facts if he’s hoping to get anywhere close to that number.