TMZ has obtained a receipt that they and John Travolta’s legal team believes they can prove that Mr. Travolta did not sexually assault a male masseur in Los Angeles on January 16. The receipt, for a dinner at Mr. Chow in Manhattan, was printed at 11:38 p.m., which means that the actor was nearly 3,000 miles away on the day the alleged incident occurred.
There’s only one problem with this theory — planes. Okorie Okorocha, a lawyer for the plaintiff, tells RumorFix exclusively, “My client was assaulted at 10 a.m. and the receipt is from almost midnight. [Travolta] would get [to New York] that fast on horse back.”
Travolta is a licensed pilot who owns his on 747 plane so he could have very well traveled from Los Angeles on the morning of the alleged incident to New York and made it over to Mr. Chow’s in time for a late dinner.
A Texas masseur is suing Travolta for assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional stress.