The man known as “John Doe Number One” in court papers filed against John Travolta is dropping his lawsuit against the actor. The attorney that was representing the masseur tells the “New York Daily News” his former client filed to dismiss his complaint Tuesday after he was asked to find a new lawyer. In his original lawsuit, the masseur alleged Travolta sexually assaulted him at a Los Angeles hotel on January 16th. The case dismissal follows questions over the date of the alleged assault. Travolta’s camp has provided evidence to prove the actor was in New York on the day the man claims Travolta made unwanted advances during an in-room massage session.
A second masseur who claims Travolta assaulted him at an Atlanta hotel is still pursuing his two-million-dollar claim against the actor. But new reports suggest there may also be a few problems with the case filed by “John Doe Number Two.” According to RadarOnline.com, the Atlanta therapist failed to mention the alleged incident when he fired off a list of complaints to his bosses after the alleged proposition on January 28th. Travolta’s attorney has denounced all of the complaints as fabricated.
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