Travolta has paper-thin alibi
John Travolta accused of sexual assault
If John Travolta’s recent sex scandal has taught us anything, it’s that the tax man is right: save your receipts!
Two masseurs have come forward with charges of sexual battery against the 58-year-old actor, claiming they were assaulted during separate private sessions: one on Jan. 16 in Los Angeles, the other in Atlanta on Jan. 28.
The lawyer for both men, who haven’t revealed their identities, claims there will be more complaints soon.
But Travolta’s legal eagle, Marty Singer, says he can prove that his client was on the other coast on Jan. 16. And he’s got a printed bill from Mr. Chow, a popular New York restaurant, to prove it.
There are images, too, that Singer claims prove Travolta was in the Big Apple when the big crimes allegedly occurred.
But the plaintiffs’ attorney, Okorie Okorocha, discounts the evidence.
“The receipt is from midnight and client was assaulted at 10 a.m. Easy to see happening,” he told E! News.
Singer was also undaunted by the additional allegation, as lawyers usually are. “This second ‘anonymous’ claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one,” Singer said, adding it was clear the lawyer involved had filed the new lawsuit after the date problem with the first action was pointed out.
Without implying guilt or innocence, I have one suggestion for the former Sweathog: Buy one of those vibrating beds. Or get your kids to walk on your back.