4th man accuses John Travolta of sexual misconduct
The sexual harrassment cases against John Travolta are getting messy.
A fourth masseur has stepped forward and claimed that the Hollywood star had made advances at his male colleagues.
Michael Caputo, an ex-employee of the Peninsula Hotel, claims that John was banned from the hotel spa for three years due to "inappropriate behaviour" with staff.
He told the New York Daily News: "Travolta would always request a man for his massage, but after a while no-one would take him. It got to the point where they couldn't find any men to take him, and they had to ban him."
Caputo claims that his male colleagues had seen the Grease star "removing his towel, grinding against the massage table and lifting his butt in the air".
After complaints to hotel officials, the star was reportedly removed from its blacklist.
Reps from the Peninsula hotel have yet to respond to Caputo's claims.
John has been accused by three massage therapists of sexual misconduct so far.
He has denied the claims and plans to launch a prosecution lawsuit against his accusers.
His attorney Marty Singer maintains that Caputo's story is false.
"If he was banned, do you think he'd ever go back?" Singer said. "He's never been banned, I guarantee you... The hotel never told John he was banned, and John never acted improperly."
Published May 14 2012