In the past two weeks, there have been bombshell claims by three men about the exploits of John Travolta behind closed doors.
While it has emerged that the first two stories appear to have holes in them (the first John Doe had the wrong date; and now, in regards to the second, a newly-released email could also silence his case), it hasn’t stop alledge victims from coming out of the woodwork.
The latest man to claim he had an intimate experience with Travolta is massage therapist, Luis Gonzalez, who is now living out of the United States, but has told his tale to the National Enquirer.
Gonzalez told the Enquirer he spent a passionate afternoon having sex with Travolta at the posh Ritz-Carlton hotel in Laguna Niguel, Calif., in 1997.
“He’s a great kisser,” Gonzalez boasted to the mag. “I know because I had sex with him, and he loved it.”
And, he added that the Pulp Fiction star was “very experienced” in bed.
The former masseur claimed the rendezvous started shortly after he set up his massage table in the actor’s room and Travolta reportedly stripped down and said it was too warm for a top sheet, Gonzalez said.
“I gladly let him lay on the table naked . . . and within five minutes, Travolta spread his legs and I could see an erection,” he told the Enquirer. “He moved around and started to breathe heavily. He’d say, ‘Oh, yeah, that feels so good! A little higher, please!’ ”
And then one thing led to another.
“We got into the bed that was right next to the massage table and had a really good time,” he claimed.
“Travolta may not identify himself as a gay man, but it doesn’t dismiss the fact that he likes sex with men,” Gonzalez added.
Travolta’s lawyer, Marty Singer, dismissed the new accusations.
“When it comes to claims about my client in supermarket tabloids, consider the source,” Singer said in a statement to the Daily News. “This spate of recklessly published tabloid stories is just part of a malicious tabloid agenda to boost lagging sales by running outrageous, defamatory stories about my client sourced by people seeking notoriety or a payday.”
Meanwhile, new reports have emerged that Travolta tried to give his Grease co-star Jeff Conaway oral sex while he was sleeping.
Travolta allegedly tried to perform the act at Conaway’s home in the 1990s, Conaway’s former fiancée Vikki Lizzi told the National Enquirer.
She said that her partner, who played Kenickie in the 1978 hit movie, was so upset with the incident it ended his long-term friendship with the star.
Now the big question is: Do you believe any of these tales? And if you don’t, do you feel that there is no smoke without fire? Or is John Travolta just a victim of malicious gossip? Let us know.