John Travolta Accused By Second Male Massage Therapist of Sexual Harassment

John Travolta is having a bit of a PR headache right now, with not one, but two male massage therapists claiming the Pulp Fiction star made sexual overtures toward them during services.

Travolta has long been the subject of is-he-or-isn’t-he gay rumors in Hollywood, despite being married to actress Kelly Preston for well over a decade. And the fact that the actor is a vocal adherent of the much-maligned religion of Scientology (along with fellow star and rumor mill target Tom Cruise) hasn’t helped, as Scientology is linked with anti-gay “conversion” tactics.

Due to the secrecy surrounding Scientology practices (much of the knowledge surrounding the controversial religion is costly to obtain), little is known whether the church still claims to be able to cure homosexuals. But in Hollywood, both Travolta and Cruise have been long dogged by rumors that they dabble in certain sexual behaviors, and yesterday, it was revealed that Travolta was the subject of allegations from the first massage therapist.

The first set of allegations reveals that John Travolta is being accused of offering to manually stimulate the unnamed man, and that he continued to make advances after his initial overtures were rebuffed.

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Now a second massage therapist has stepped forward with a similar tale, as RadarOnline reports. While the first was moderately graphic, the second is even more so- we’ve excerpted the site’s account, but you can click through for a more detailed and X-rated version of the second massage therapist’s claim:

“On the morning of the massage Travolta had a strange demeanor, bloodshot eyes and climbed onto the already setup massage table… 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.. Travolta started masturbating about 15 minutes left in the session, and Doe Plaintiff No.2, said he had to go.”

The complainants (whose allegations reps for Travolta vehemently deny) are both being represented by the same lawyer, and the plaintiffs are seeking $2 million in punitive damages from the star.