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.
So, is John Travolta guilty of sexual harassment? Well, it’s impossible at this precise moment to clarify either way.
Two unidentified masseurs have stepped forward with lawsuits against Travolta, claiming charges of assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. And more are set to come out of the woodwork.
One of the accusers alleges the incident occurred at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 16, 2012, but Travolta’s lawyer have provided TMZ with photos and a restaurant receipt proving that in fact, he was in New York on the day of question.
The only way we can surmise this scandalous situation is by sharing with you some information provided to us by Hollywood insider.
“I’ve heard stories about Travolta and bath houses for years now and from many different people… all men,” the insider says. “Some gay, some straight.”
The insider adds: “He actually followed a friend of mine out of a bath house and suggested they hook up, my friend said ‘thanks’, but he was straight. Travolta didn’t want to take no for an answer and followed him in his car… he was frightened, to say the least.”
Meanwhile Travolta’s attorney Marty Singer has refuted the allegations from the beginning saying, “On the date when the plaintiff claims John met him, John was not in California and it can be proved that he was on the East Coast.”
Both plaintiffs are seeking $2 million dollars in damages and are prepared to let a jury decide who is telling the truth.
It has been quite the tumultuous two days for John Travolta. First, the report of one accuser filing a lawsuit for sexual battery, and now, another comes forward.
Is John’s world crumbling? Perhaps.
We must warn everyone in advance that this latest report from RadarOnline is more disturbing that the first report filed… it certainly is not for the fainthearted. Seriously!
A second accuser — another male masseur — filed a $2 million sexual battery lawsuit against John Travolta Tuesday morning and claims to have “substantial documentation and numerous witnesses regarding the substance of Travolta’s actions,” according to the docs, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The second alleged victim is also being represented by the same lawyer as the first accuser, and in the amended complaint, both are now suing Travolta for sexual harassment as well.
As we previously reported, Travolta is being sued by an unidentified male masseur for assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. According to the lawsuit, the masseur tried to carry out a deep tissue massage, but “Travolta, had removed his draping and was masturbating. Travolta’s penis was fully erect, and was roughly 8 inches in length, and his pubic hair was wirey and unkempt. Sweat was pouring down Travolta’s neck, and he asked Plaintiff again to say something nice to him.”
Travolta’s rep vehemently denied the initial sexual battery lawsuit that was filed on Monday and said in a statement, “This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication. None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred. The plaintiff, who refuses to give their name, knows that the suit is a baseless lie. It is for that reason that the plaintiff hasn’t been identified with a name, even though it is required to do so. On the date when plaintiff claims John met him, John was not in California, and it can be proved that he was on the East Coast. Plaintiff’s attorney has filed this suit to try and get his 15 minutes of fame. John intends to get this case thrown out, and then he will sue the attorney and Plaintiff for malicious prosecution.”
The unidentified male masseur is being repped by the same attorney who filed the initial sexual battery lawsuit against the Oscar nominated actor. According to the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday morning in Federal Court in Los Angeles, the second victim alleges that while working at an unspecified resort in Atlanta, Georgia on January 28, 2012, he did an in-room massage on Travolta. According to the docs, Travolta was staying on the 15th floor of the upscale resort, and he was referred to as Mr. White. The Plaintiff doesn’t normally do in-room massages and asked a co-worker to take the assignment, but he declined because “Travolta has been banned from a spa that the coworker used to work at in Los Angeles.”
On the morning of the massage Travolta had “a strange demeanor, bloodshot eyes and climbed onto the already setup massage table…Travolta removed the entire sheet from his body, and he claimed the sheets were sticky and could not tolerate the heat…Travolta further indicated that he likes a lot of “Glutes” work meaning a massage on his buttocks…While he was massaging near Travolta’s buttocks area, Travolta would open his legs and spread his butt cheeks open and had a full erection and would maneuver in a way to try to force Doe Plaintiff No. 2 to touch his anus and around his anus.”
As the massage came to an end “Travolta suddenly turned on his stomach with his legs wide open with a full erection. He then tried to force Doe Plaintiff No. 2′s hand on Travolta’s scrotum. Then, Travolta started to grab, rub and caress Doe Plaintiff no. 2′s upper thighs and buttocks….Travolta still had an erection and wanted his abdominal done, but Travolta’s erection was in the way and he refused to have his penis covered by a sheet of a pillow case cover…Travolta started masturbating about 15 minutes left in the session, and Doe Plaintiff No.2, said he had to go,” the docs state.
The masseur “complained to all of his supervisors and many coworkers to no avail.” Travolta allegedly went down “to the spa that Plaintiff No. 2 worked at, which is part of the resort Travolta was staying at, as opposed to having Doe Plaintiff No. 2 go to his room. Travolta DEMANDED that Doe Plaintiff No. 2 come back and do it again, and he refused,” the lawsuit asserts.
According to Access Atlanta, Travolta was spotted eating dinner at The Palm restaurant in the swanky enclave of Atlanta, Buckhead around January 25 2012, and he was in town filming the movie Killing Season with Robert De Niro in Georgia.
Travolta’s pit-bull attorney, Marty Singer, told us on Monday, that “The problem in America is anyone can sue anyone. However, in this case this unidentified plaintiff and his lawyer will regret they filed this fabricated suit. We intend to sue both of them for malicious prosecution.”
Singer, who was recently named as the top entertainment lawyer of the year by the Beverly Hills Bar Association, says unequivocally that he can prove Travolta was on the east coast when the masseur alleges the sexual battery took place in a Beverly Hills hotel. “My client was on the east coast,” Singer told RadarOnline.com, referring to the lawsuit’s key date of January 16, 2012.
Travolta has been married to actress Kelly Preston since 1991. The couple’s oldest child**, Jett, died in 2009. The couple have two other children, daughter, Ella Bleu, and their toddler son, Benjamin, born in 2010.
The alleged second victim is also seeking $2 million dollars in damages and a jury trial, and Okorcha maintains that both clients are ready to face off against Travolta in court.
She broke her silence on Friday in a Colombian radio call-in show, where she revealed that the Secret Service agents at a Cartagena disco were “acting crazy” and ”drinking alcohol like it was water”. She also admitted that Arthur Huntington, the agent at the center of the scandal, was so drunk that he passed out, leaving his secret service files opened and she could have accessed the personal information on the president.
Now, in a “Today” show exclusive, Dania Londono Suarez is revealing more details about that night, and has called the U.S. Secret Service agents “stupid brutes”, who put partying above President Barack Obama’s security.
“These seem like completely stupid, idiotic people,” Dania Londono Suarez said in the interview which aired this morning “I don’t know how Obama had them in his security force. What dumb men.”
Suarez, said she assumed the three men who approached her and her friends were tourists, and added that the agents were drinking vodka like “it was water.”
“They liked to show off their bodies, great bodies, well-defined abs,” she said. “They liked attention.”
While the agents claimed that they had never propositioned a prostitute before, Suarez said it was “obvious” this was not their first attempt.
“The way they approached us it seems obvious that they were used to doing it, because people that do this for the first time are very shy,” she said.
Suarez told NBC that she informed Huntington of her $800 fee, and that he had no qualms with the price
“And he accepted. And it was clear,” she said.
But in the morning after they had sex, Huntington gave her only $50 and ordered her out of the room, Suarez said.
Tearing up at one point, she also went on to say that Huntington actually asked her to stay with him at the hotel again when he woke up in the morning.
Suarez, who has a nine-year-old son, added that she has been approached by a book publisher and still has many details to add to the story, and NBC insists she wasn’t paid for the interview.
Eight agents have so far lost their jobs over the scandal. They are accused of professional misconduct, including hiring prostitutes, while in Cartagena, Colombia, for Obama’s visit there last month.
The scandal hit the headlines last month.
Here’s the clip from her interview on Friday, and we will post the “Today” show one a little later.
It’s the interview everyone has been wanting to hear, and today, Dania Londoño Suárez, the Colombian prostitute who sparked off the most embarrassing scandal in the Secret Service history after agent Arthur Huntington refused to pay her full fee, has spoken for the first time about what exactly occurred that night.
In a televised Colombian radio call-in show, Suárez said that Huntington and the other agents at a Cartagena disco were “acting crazy.”
“They were drinking alcohol like it was water. They were really drunk,” she said.
And in an astonishing admission, she revealed that Huntington was so drunk that he passed out, leaving his secret service files opened.
“If I was a terrorist I would have been able to do a thousand things,” she said, adding that she “absolutely” could have stolen the papers if she wanted.
She said that Huntington, a married father of two, did not appear to be looking for a call girl but that he enjoyed it when she rubbed her hands on his body as they danced.
“He was a very clumsy dancer,” she said.
The 24-year-old went on to reveal that she and more than 20 hookers followed the Americans back to their rooms at the Hotel Caribe, but that none of the girls knew that they were Secret Service agents.
When asked if she and Huntington had sex, she wouldn’t elaborate saying: “If I answer this, you will know what happened.
However, Suarez, who is said to be looking to dish all the dirt for a reported $400,000, added coyly: “If they pay me, I will tell.”
The mother-of-one did shed some light on the fight that provoked the unraveling of the Secret Service’s dirty business.
Huntington offered to pay her a measly $28 instead of her $800 fee, and she revealed exactly what went down.
“[He\] did not feel he got what he was being asked to pay for,” she said.
Suarez then ran into the hotel hallway and caused a disturbance that sent local cops running. “He told me ‘Let’s go, b—-.’”
She said the agents pleaded, “Please, please, no police, no police” — but it was too late.
She also defended her profession, which is legal in Colombia.
“I don’t need forgiveness from anybody, only God, my mother and my son,” said Suarez, who said her job allowed her to send her child to a private school.
“The only thing I wanted was for people to hear my story and hear who I am,” she said. “I’m a sensitive woman and everything that happened has affected me greatly.”
The whole world may be about the find out why Dania Londoño Suárez is worth every penny.
The 24-year-old, who found herself splashed on the front pages of publications around the globe after it was revealed that she was the prostitute who secret service agent Arthur Huntington tried to rip her by offering her a measly $28, is said to be in talks to “pose nude”
According to reports from The Miami Herald, she is negotiating a deal to bare all for either Playboy or Hustler.
She is said to have worked with photographers and is looking to sell the photos to the highest bidder.
“This is the way this is going to end,” said a Colombian official who asked not to be identified told El Nuevo Herald Tuesday.
“She’s going to pose nude in Playboy, where a renowned journalist will interview her and write an article telling the whole story of what happened,” the official told the Spanish-language paper.
Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler, revealed he has pictures but has not yet finished writing the article to accompany them.
“There is a public fascination with people in the media and I have little doubt that there is a market somewhere for images like this and a personal revelation of her version of the story,” said Richard Wolf an attorney for the entertainment industry.
Theresa Hennessey, a spokeswoman for Playboy, said there are “no plans to post her pictures in the magazine.”
He is the man who singlehandedly heaped disgrace upon the Secret Service, when after a night out on the town, he allegedly tried to pay escort Dania Londoño Suárez just $28 instead of the $800 fee.
Now, the NY Daily News reports, that shamed Secret Service agent Arthur Huntington is offloading his red brick home in Severna Park, Md., but he is not losing his wife, Jolie, who says she plans to stick by him through this disastrous mess.
She has told family members that she won’t abandon her husband of nearly two decades despite the embarrassment and hurt he has caused to her and those closest to them.
“Jolie has said she’s going to make the marriage work,” Pastor Jose Rodriguez, a Rochester, N.Y., minister whose son is married to the woman’s sister, told the newspaper.
Those who know Arthur, also paint him in an entirely different light than that of the man whose antics ignited a worldwide scandal, and they insist that his actions were out of character.
“He wouldn’t do that,” said a female relative who asked that her name not be used. “Not the Arthur that I know. He wouldn’t. They go to church every week.”
“It’s out of character — the Arthur I know, he’s very dedicated to the family, very loyal,” said Teresita Rodriguez, 65, who along with her husband Jose has known Huntington since he was a child.
Arthur and his wife, who were active in their local parish, Granite Baptist Church, have since gone into hiding in the wake of the scandal, with their two sons, aged 12 and 15.
“We hurt for them,” said Richard Lejeune, an assistant pastor. “We hope the best for them and that they are able to weather the storm.”
Meanwhile, the couple have also put their two-story red brick home in Severna Park, Md., on the market.
The colonial tri-level house, which is listed for $465,000, features a neatly-manicured front lawn and an American flag hanging from the front porch. It sits in a tidy neighborhood that is home to many other government employees, including members of the Secret Service and CIA.
Nearly two dozen Secret Service agents and U.S. military personnel were implicated in the humiliating scandal that erupted days before world leaders met in the sinful seaside city of Cartagena
The scandal has prompted the Secret Service to issue hard new regulations, including a ban on visiting with foreigners and a crackdown on heavy drinking.
His actions sparked one of the biggest scandals in the history of the United States Secret Service. Now, the man, who tried to pay Dania Londoño Suárez just $28 of her $800, has been identified.
Married agent, Arthur Huntington, 41,who lives in suburban Maryland, was outed by CNN as the man responsible for setting off the worldwide scandal.
That encounter with escort Dania Londoño Suárez led to police being called to the luxury Hotel Caribe, and subsequently a major Secret Service investigation was launched and nine agents lost their jobs.
Huntington has left the agency since the incident earlier this month, but the circumstances of his departure are unclear.
The father-of-two, also reportedly put his home in Severna Park on sale last week.
His outing comes as the Secret Service issued a stern warning for their agents based on the scandal in Columbia, and new details that have emerged of other incidents in El Salvador and Russia.
They have issued a new code of conduct barring heavy drinking — even when off duty — and visits to “nonreputable establishments” while on the road.
“All employees have a continuing obligation to confront expected abuses or perceived misconduct,” the agency said in a two-page memo marked “EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.”
“In short, consider your conduct through the lens of the past several weeks.”
Sources told the Daily News the new regulations include a ban on drinking within 10 hours of reporting for duty, along with an order that off-duty agents can only drink “in moderate amounts.”
The old rule reportedly ordered agents to cut off their booze intake eight hours before work.*
“Foreign nationals, excluding hotel staff and official law enforcement counterparts, are prohibited from your hotel room,” the new rulebook states.
Nearly two weeks in, there are no signs of the scandal, that has engulfed the American Secret Service, of abating.
In fact, instead, it is getting bigger by the day as it emerges the antics of the agents visiting Cartagena, Colombia wasn’t a one-off.
Firstly, Colombia’s ambassador to the U.S. calls the media coverage “superficial, sensationalist and unfair,” and is asking the White House for a new apology. The State Department says the president and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did both apologize when they were in Colombia.
Now, it is emerging that the dispute over the payment of escort Dania Londono Suarez in Colombia, which sparked the controversy, has now ignited a new round of revelations, stretching to other countries.
Two weeks after the incident in Cartagena, the Secret Service is working to quickly wrap up that portion of the scandal, but the U.S. government is investigating reports of unprofessional behavior and rule-breaking by agents in four countries, going back 12 years.
On Capitol Hill, there are growing demands for an outside agency to take over the probe.
Seattle CBS affiliate KIRO-TV reported Thursday that Secret Service agents visited a strip club in El Salvador — by the vanload — in advance of President Obama’s trip there in March 2011.
The Secret Service is looking into that report. The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal have reported that Secret Service personnel traveling in 2009 with former President Clinton partied at strip clubs on a visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and that agents and White House staffers went to a Moscow night club known for its sexually charged atmosphere prior to Mr. Clinton’s trip to Russia in 2000.
A Secret Service spokeswoman called those accusations just “rumors.”
The new allegations come soon after a hearing Wednesday in which senators were assured that the Colombia scandal was an isolated incident.
“That’s why we need thorough investigation not just by the White House, not just by DHS (Department of Homeland Security), but by Congress; that’s part of our oversight responsibilities,” said Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas. “It’s an obligation we owe the American people.
Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan said the agency was taking a preliminary look into the new reports. “Any information brought to our attention that can be assessed as credible will be followed up on in an appropriate manner,” he said in a statement.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the president won’t pass judgment on whether there’s a pattern of misbehavior at the Secret Service until all investigations have been completed.
“When we travel abroad on official trips,” Carney said, “we are representing the people of this country, and we should do so by conducting ourselves in an appropriate manner.”