If you have not yet done so, please read my previous articles about the lawsuits against John Travolta, to get you up to speed on the current situation:
April & May certainly have not been the best of month’s for John Travolta.
Three men, all male masseur’s, have come forward stating that they were sexually harassed by Hollywood’s star. Two of the accusers have decided to stay anonymous, John Doe, and are asking for $2 million. The third party, identified as Fabian Zanzi, has been put on the side burner for the time being, and has not yet revealed his asking price.
Although John Doe (the first accuser) insists that his allegations are the truth, he has recently disclosed some information which impacts his entire case. John Doe now admits that there was a miscalculation and he had the wrong date.
In other words, as for the first case against Travolta, we now know that John Travolta was, in fact, in New York on the 16th of January. Therefore he did not (supposedly) sexually harass the masseur in question on such date. Though at this point, who knows when it could or could not have happened (John Doe now reports it happened earlier then the 16th).
Meanwhile, John Doe the second is currently awaiting the results from the hotel’s surveillance footage.
“The surveillance video will be crucial evidence in the case because it shows Travolta going to the spa the next day after it is claimed the incident occurred, looking for the masseur, because he wanted to see him again.”
“This is all detailed in the lawsuit. Travolta was told the masseur wasn’t available and he left. The masseur was extremely upset when he left Travolta’s room, which would have been captured on the camera in the hall as well.”
“The hotel has indicated that they will preserve all evidence in the case, including the surveillance video, and all electronic communication regarding Travolta. They are standing by the masseur,” the insider says.