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John Travolta Accused of Being Serial Gay Sexual Predator

Lawyer Okorie Okorocha represents two masseurs who have sued actor.

Okorie Okorocha, the lawyer for two masseurs suing John Travolta for sexual assault, claims that the actor is a serial gay sexual predator who hit on a number of male masseurs, who have contacted him about legal action.

The charges, made during an impromptu street interview with gossip site TMZ, ratchets up the war of charges and counter charges that have marked the explosive legal action since it was filed earlier this week.

Travolta’s lawyer Marty Singer, has angrily denied the charges on behalf of his client, calling them a total fabrication. Earlier today, new evidence surfaced to bolster his claim that Travolta wasn’t in Los Angeles on Jan. 16, the date one of the masseurs said he was assaulted.

“I’ve been getting a lot of phone calls from a lot of men in the massage industry who have the same allegations, the same stories, who come up with facts that my other clients haven’t mentioned. There’s a lot of people coming out of the woodwork…. I’m going to be add more plaintiffs to the lawsuits,” he said. Okorocha countered.

He called Singer’s actions “comedic.”

Travolta was sued by a masseur identified only as John Doe No. 1, who claimed the 58-year-old actor made sexual advances toward him, exposed himself and masturbated during a massage session and touched him inappropriately.

The second masseur said Travolta also made sexual advances toward him during a in-suite massage in Travolta’s hotel room in Atlanta, Ga. Travolta was in the city on Jan. 28 when the incident was alleged to have occurred filming his movie “Killing Season.”

Okorocha, who reps both John Does, said he tried to settle the first case discretely and offered to go before a judge in private. But Singer blew him off. During initial discussions, Travolta’s lawyers conceded the actor was in L.A. on the date in question, he said.

Last night Travolta’s lawyer produced a photo and a restaurant receipt that Singer claimed proved the actor was in New York City on the day the LA incident allegedly occurred.

Okorocha said there is substantial amount of contemporaneous evidence involving hotel management about the incident and how it would be handled, including possibly banning Travolta from the hotel, according to the TMZ interview.

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