Uh-oh, drama is a-brewin' on the Glee set and we're not talking about the scripted dramz!
Talk about a figurative slap in the face!
But maybe life is imitating art for these two!
And what a surprise…he says it's all bullshizzzz. Or at least his lawyer, Marty Singer, does.
It is pretty absurd. So absurd that we're kind of thinking it's more likely to be true if TWO people on two opposite coasts have come forward with their stories.
Granted, they are both after $2 million, so maybe they are just trying to cash in. OR the second guy said to himself, "Hey! Danny Zuko tried to make me touch his Grease Lightning too! If this anonymous guy can sue, so can I!"
Of course, this is all just gossip until something is proven in court, but we're looking forward to watching all the dramz play out along the way.
Who knows! Maybe it will turn out that this is all just some big scam and the married actor will get a happy ending after all. Ch-ch-check out the full statement from Travolta's lawyer … AFTER THE JUMP!
"This second 'anonymous' claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one.
The attorney who filed the lawsuit on behalf of his second anonymous client, who does not want to disclose his name although he is required to do so, was notified that his first client’s claims were totally false and fabricated, since our client was not in LA when anonymous “Doe #1” claims he interacted with John Travolta.
That fact is easily provable since John Travolta was on the east coast working on a movie on the date that anonymous “Doe #1” claims he interacted with our client. After we were able to establish that anonymous “Doe #1’s” claims were totally absurd, the same attorney has now filed a claim on behalf of another plaintiff, whom he identified as “Doe #2.” Significantly, although the same attorney made the fabricated claim for Doe #1, there was never any claim made by anonymous Doe #2 before he filed his specious lawsuit.
Before the attorney for the two anonymous plaintiffs filed the claim on behalf of the second person who refuses to disclose his identity although required to do so, it is obvious that he checked media reports that my client was in Atlanta working on a movie.
However, the claim by Doe #2 is just as fabricated as the claim by Doe #1. Our client will be fully vindicated in court on both of these absurd and fictional claims."
Do U buy the lawyer's explanation?
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