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New York Man Alleges John Travolta Paid Him Off After Grabby Massage

Friday Nov 10, 2017
In this Jan. 27, 2016, file photo, actor John Travolta attends the LA Premiere of "'American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" held at Westwood Village Theatre in Los Angeles.
In this Jan. 27, 2016, file photo, actor John Travolta attends the LA Premiere of "'American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" held at Westwood Village Theatre in Los Angeles.   (Source:AP )

Two-time Oscar nominee John Travolta has joined the ranks of his film industry colleagues Louis C.K., Kevin Spacey and Charlie Sheen as the latest Hollywood star accused of making unwanted sexual advances.

Last month, Twitter user Marky Hutt took to the microblogging site to share his story of how the "Pulp Fiction" actor got grabby during a 2010 massage session at a Rochester, NY hotel, then paid him for his silence.

According to Hutt, when he arrived in Travolta's room at the Rochester Hyatt, he found him smoking a cigar and wearing nothing but a towel while watching gay porn.

Hutt's 17-part Twitter tale alleged that while massaging Travolta, the "Grease" star "proceeded to rub my ass & grab my crotch over my jeans."

After saying "no" to the 1970s icon, Hutt claims that Travolta said: "Come on, what do you want, more money? Nobody will know..."

Hutt claims that after Travolta handed him close to two thousand dollars, he contacted the Rochester Police Department "where they did NOTHING."

Hutt claims that after he had "many private meetings" and "multiple settlement offers," the statute of limitations in New York expired.

"Harvey Weinstein is not the only pervert in Hollywood. I just wish that I could have my day in court," Hutt tweeted. "and I WILL. One Day!"

Click on the tweet below to read Hutt's entire thread.


Hutt's tale jibes with a 2016 Page Six report which said that in Travolta's contract a hotel rider outlines a number of interesting requirements, including that "he needs a male masseur."

The source also claims the "American Crime Story" star also requires hotel staff to place aluminum foil and dark curtains to black out the windows, preventing anyone to see inside.

H/T Perez Hilton

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