A police report dating back to 2000 names actor John Travolta in a criminal complaint by a then-21-year-old masseur, who says the Saturday Night Fever star is guilty of sexually battery.
According to the documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Travolta groped the man, exposed his bare buttocks to him, and made lewd comments about his gay fantasies.
The accusations are from 2000, when the star of such popular films as Grease and Pulp Fiction was staying at the La Quinta hotel in Palm Springs, California.
Travolta was in the hotel’s spa facility around 1:30am on February 15 when he allegedly made his sexual advances on the young masseur.
The employee told the Palm Springs Sheriff’s Department that the actor continually removed the towel covering his bare buttocks, even when the masseur repeatedly put it back in its place.
Travolta also grabbed the young man’s buttocks, per the police report.
After the massage, the masseur claimed he and Travolta went to another room for a treatment known as a “Citrus Scrub.”
Travolta, who has been married to actress Kelly Preston since 1991, allegedly told the masseur that he was very attractive and that he made the actor “excited.”
Following the “scrub,” Travolta and the masseur went into the steam room. The star asked the employee to stay with him so that he would not have to sit alone.
The masseur complied, and said that before long Travolta completely disrobed himself and offered to perform his own massage techniques on the young man. He then reached under the man’s towel and rubbed his inner thigh and bare buttocks.
The masseur felt uncomfortable and left, but said Travolta followed him to the shower, where he offered to “soap up” his back.
According to the employee, Travolta began reciting his homosexual fantasies and even asked him if he had “ever ha his a**hole licked by another man,” and if so, to “tell him what he would do, so he [Travolta] could have something to fantasize about.”
After the alleged incident, the masseur spoke to the police, but Travolta had checked out of the hotel by the time an officer arrived to speak with him.
This isn’t the first time Travolta has been charged with sexual allegations. In 2012, he was sued by a masseur who claimed the actor tried to pressure him into sex. Travolta has repeatedly denied being gay.
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