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John Travolta Says Masseur's Sex Assault Lawsuit a 'Lie'

Crazy lawsuit alert. A masseur -- that's a male masseuse -- is accusing John Travolta of sexual assault. The $2 million lawsuit details a day at the Beverly Hills Hotel during which the Grease star allegedly made sexual advances.

The unnamed victim was apparently so desirable Travolta allegedly refused to take "no" for an answer, gossip website TMZ reports. Travolta pleaded with the masseur, and even offered to perform a sex act in exchange, the lawsuit states.

There may have also been an offer to have a threesome with a Hollywood starlet, according to E! Online.

The details of the alleged John Travolta sexual assault are salacious, and they begin with a response to an online ad. After making contact, TMZ reports the actor allegedly picked up the masseur in a Lexus SUV. As they drove to the hotel, the masseur claims to have noticed a pack of condoms in the car.

Things went fine for the first hour, according to the lawsuit, but then they suddenly went south. South of the belt, that is. The disco king is accused of stroking the masseur's leg and grabbing his penis.

His alleged advances were rebuffed.

As the exchange continued, Travolta got candid, the lawsuit states. He allegedly told the masseur that this was normal, according to TMZ, further explaining that "Hollywood is controlled by homosexual Jewish men who expect favors in return for sexual activity."

John's reps have come out swinging, implying that this "baseless lie" is as big of a joke as Battlefield Earth. They say he wasn't even in the state at the time, and according to E!, they have the evidence to prove it. If they're right, then the masseur accusing John Travolta of sexual assault likely has a nice defamation and malicious prosecution suit coming his way.

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