Masseur: John Travolta’s Lawyers Offered Me $125,000 To Drop Lawsuit

Marty Singer, counsel for embattled star John Travolta, denies allegations his team offered one of Trvaolta’s accusers $125,000 to drop his suit and disappear.Atlanta massage therapist John Truesdale, a.k.a. John Doe #2, claims the offer was made last week, after Truesdale fired his original lawyer and signed on with celebrity ambulance chaser Gloria Allred.

Truesdale, 40, claims  the Saturday Night Fever star groped him, grabbed him between his legs and pleasured himself in his presence back in January. He withdrew his original $2 million lawsuit, filed while he was being represented by Okorie Okorocha, but has indicated he might refile in a new jurisdiction.

Singer doesn’t care if the lawsuit is filed on Mars, he’s not having it: Not one penny has been paid nor do we have any intention to pay any money for these ridiculous and false claims,” the attorney said in the statement.

Meanwhile, Radar Online dug up a source on Truesdale that says he was fired from a spa gig almost a decade ago for being “sexually inappropriate” with female clients.

Does anyone actually go to a masseur for a massage?