After a male masseur filed a $2 million lawsuit on Friday claiming that the married-with-children actor propositioned him for sex after hiring him for a massage in Los Angeles on January 16, a second man made a similar claim on Tuesday morning.
In the new filing, the unidentified masseur - who is also suing for $2 million - reveals that he was also propositioned by the "Old Dogs" actor, this time 12 days later on January 28 at a resort in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was staying while filming "Killing Season" with Robert De Niro.
When the masseur arrived at Travolta's room on the 15th floor, the 58-year-old had "a strange demeanor, bloodshot eyes," according to the lawsuit.
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Once on the massage table, he removed the towel that covered his buttocks because he complained it was too hot, and then demanded a massage on his "glutes." During the massage, Travolta - who went by the name Mr. White - kept spreading his legs to expose his erect you-know-what, says the masseur. He then turned over and tried to force the plaintiff to touch him. With 15 minutes left before the massage was over, the actor then began masturbating, so the masseur left the room. He claims he complained to his boss, but "to no avail."
After the new filing on Tuesday, Travolta's lawyer, Marty Singer, responded strongly to the claims. "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."