According to the suit,Travolta was naked and went for the first $200/hour with good behavior.But then the masseur claims Travolta began to touch him inappropriately on his private part and begged him for sex.The masseur said no but Travolta continued persuading him to go further, offering to do a “reverse massage,” adding, “Come on dude, I’ll jerk you off!”
Travolta then finished his business and told the masseur he got to where he was “due to sexual favors he had performed when he was in his ‘Welcome Back Kotter’ days,” adding “Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jewish men who expect favors in return for sexual activity.” Travolta then called him a loser but doubled his hourly rate.
The suit seeks $2 million plus punitive damages.Since then another masseur has come forward in a similiar lawsuit and their lawyer predicts more victims will come forward.
This is not the first time there has been scandal and speculation about John Travolta’s sex life.
On May 8, 1990, The National Enquirer ran a cover story describing an alleged affair between Travolta and Paul Barresi, a gay-porn star. According to Barresi, the two met in 1982, after the actor allegedly followed him into the shower room of a Los Angeles health club, and the relationship lasted for two years. Barresi reportedly received $100,000 from the Enquirer for his Travolta story, but retracted it several months later under what he later alleged was legal pressure from Travolta’s attorneys.
According to a story published by Yahoo! News, Travolta was banned from a Los Angeles country club and a major hotel chain in the early ’90s over his alleged penchant for hitting on men in shower rooms.
Author Robert Randolph spoke to The National Enquirer and Star about his upcoming self-published book, You’ll Never Spa in This Town Again, which was eventually released on Feb. 18, 2012. Randolph, an interior designer, claimed to have visited Los Angeles’s City Spa since 1995 and witnessed Travolta engaged in various sex acts with men. Randolph also told the magazines that Travolta’s “preference is Middle Eastern” and that he’d cruise in spas several times a week.
Last year, The Wall Street Journal ran an odd story under the headline “John Travolta Was Here.” The piece was a profile of Spa Castle, a 60,000-square-foot Korean spa-complex in Queens. When the reporter asked the customer-service manager about the clientele that frequents the $500 a person “Avenue S” VIP private spa, she responded, “John Travolta was here.” She said it twice.
Even Actress Carrie Fisher, who doesn’t pull too many punches, said of Travolta in a 2010 interview with The Advocate: “I mean, my feeling about John has always been that we know and we don’t care. Look, I’m sorry that he’s uncomfortable with it, and that’s all I can say. It only draws more attention to it when you make that kind of legal fuss. Just leave it be.” ~ thanks to The Daily Beast
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