“John Doe”, a male masseuse, is suing the “Grease” star for a total of $2 million plus in punitive damages. According to the legal documents against John Travolta, 48, the star offered to perform a “reverse massage” on the masseuse and said “Come on dude, I’ll jerk you off!”
Travolta saw the masseur’s ad online and scheduled (anonymously) an appointment for $200 per hour. The accuser followed the instructions that were given by the unknown client, and met with a black Lexus SUV, which Travolta was driving. Along the way to the star’s bungalow in the Beverly Hills Hotel, the man says he noticed Trojan condoms in the center console.
Once they had arrived, the suit claims that Travolta stripped naked, appearing semi-erect. Nonetheless, the masseur proceeded with protocol and asked him to lay down on the table, where they went without incident for an hour.
Upon the second hour of the appointment, the actor began rubbing the masseur’s leg, touched his scrotum and the shaft of his penis. The masseur rejected Travolta and persisted that he does not have sex with his clients. The suit then alleges that Travolta turned and masturbated, telling the masseur he got to where he was “due to sexual favors he had performed when he was in his Welcome Back Kotter days,” and that this is the nature of the beast.
“Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jewish men who expect favors in return for sexual activity,” Travolta stated, according to the lawsuit.
John and his representative strongly deny the claims and state that the actor intends to counter-sue the masseur, and that he and his attorney(s) may be subject to a malicious prosecution lawsuit for their story, which JT says is a total lie.
Travolta’s representative made the following statement, “This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication. None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred.”
The actor was on the East Coast, 2, 475 miles away from the location of the alleged incident, and is confident the case will be thrown out of court. He also mocked that the masseur did not disclose his name in the lawsuit, suing as “John Doe”, as to not further damage his credibility.