John Travolta may be off the hook for at least one of the sexual assault lawsuits filed against him by an anonymous male masseuse, but there are plenty more stepping forward.
The first lawsuit claims that the married actor made a VERY uncomfortable pass at him during a massage at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in El Lay on January 16. However, sources have uncovered a photo of Travolta in New York City on that specific day AND a $382 receipt from a meal at an NYC restaurant called Mr. Chow.
The restaurant has also verified the receipt, so that's pret-ty convincing evidence that condemns the first plaintiff's lawsuit.
High profile lawyer Marty Singer has called the claims "absurd and ridiculous." He accuses both men of lying and plans on countersuing for malicious prosecution. The lawyer filing the suits, Okorie Okorocha, on behalf of the masseurs isn't intimidated though.
In fact, he says there are MORE people stepping forward who have had similar experiences with the Grease star. The lawyer explained:
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