John Travolta and the Mystery of the Malicious Masseurs continues to intrigue those of us with nothing better to do, though it would seem that this whole ugly scenario may soon come to a close. According to the folks at Radar Online, attorney Okorie Okorocha, who represented John Doe #1 until last week, has stated that he plans to file a dismissal Tuesday (May 15th) morning. However, Okorocha claims that he will still represent John Doe #2.
“I’m going to file a dismissal of John Doe #1’s lawsuit on Tuesday morning, without prejudice. I could no longer represent him because he was speaking to the media against my advice, and it made no sense to me. I don’t think that John Doe will be pursuing the lawsuit,” Okorocha explained to the website.
However, I doubt we’ve heard the last from Doe #1. Recent rumors suggest that the plaintiff has hired Jeffrey Steinberger to handle his civil lawsuit against Travolta. Steinberger was quick to respond, stating, “We are exploring all legal options right now, and I’m not formally representing him, yet. Nothing has been decided at this point.”
Since the allegations surrounding the actor’s lewd, crude behavior are apparently a revolving door, another individual has recently come forward with his own cluster of unsightly claims. Peninsula Hotel employee Michael Caputo told the New York Daily News that the actor was banned from the establishment after creeping out the employees.
Marty Singer, who has been working overtime to squash all of these crazy stories, says that Travolta has been to the spa in the last six months. Even if none of these rumors turn out to be true, perhaps it’s time for the actor to take a break from massages, spas, and anything that requires him to disrobe outside of his home. At least for a little while.
Since Twitter is mostly used to deliver snarky opinions to the masses, a few interesting responses to this scenario have been collected below. Have a look if you’ve got a second to spare.
In an effort to help John Travolta in his current scandal, Oprah has decided to send all of the masseurs in Los Angeles to Australia.
Placed a few phone calls with Travolta’s agent to see if he’s willing to help me find out if this is a strain or a hernia. Help, Barbarino!
Hey, Pulp Fiction is on. You know what they call all these allegations against John Travolta in Paris? Royale with squeeze.
You know that part in “Pulp Fiction” where Butch walks in on Vincent while he’s sitting on the toilet? Travolta must have been diamond hard.