Earlier this week, a masseur slapped John Travolta with a lawsuit accusing the actor of sexually assaulting him during a session at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Now, a second masseur has come forward saying he was also victimized by Travolta in a separate incident. The unnamed man, who is being referred to as John Doe No. 2 in court papers, is claiming Travolta rubbed his legs inappropriately, touched his genitals and openly tried to initiate sex during his private massage appointment in an Atlanta hotel room in January. Since the two men came forward, the plaintiffs' attorney, Okorie Okorocha, told Radar Online he's been contacted by other victims with similar complaints who didn't speak up sooner because they didn't think anyone would believe them. Travolta's lawyer, Martin Singer, is still maintaining the claims are fictitious. "This second 'anonymous' claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one," said Singer. Travolta's team is reportedly promising to sue Okorocha and his clients after they have the suits thrown out of court.
Despite his 20-year marriage to Kelly Preston, this isn't the first time Travolta has been accused of being gay. In 1990, actor/porn director Paul Barresi claimed he had a two-year affair with Travolta in the early '80s. Several months after the story went public, Barresi retracted his claims and wrote a letter saying they weren't true -- although many people believe it was only done under the severe pressure of Travolta's legal team.