Second masseur sues John Travolta, claiming Atlanta incident
Radar Online reports that the second unnamed plaintiff has signed on with the attorney who filed the original suit.
John Doe #2 claims that Travolta hired him for a massage “at an unspecified resort in Atlanta on Jan. 28″ and made unwanted advances.
Travolta, who spent time here filming “Killing Season” with Robert DeNiro, was spotted all over metro Atlanta, in numerous restaurants, a Starbucks and a mall, while he was here. The first report we received of his showing up here was Jan. 24, when he dined at The Palm in Buckhead.
Travolta’s representatives are fuming. In a statement reported by Radar and other outlets his spokesman called the claims “complete fiction and fabrication,” and charged that the attorney representing the two anonymous plaintiffs “has filed this suit to try and get his 15 minutes of fame.”
Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer, told Radar: “The problem in America is anyone can sue anyone. However, in this case this unidentified plaintiff and his lawyer will regret they filed this fabricated suit. We intend to sue both of them for malicious prosecution.”