By Jen Heger - Radar Assistant Managing Editor
A New York based man has come forward with allegations that John Travolta groped him during a massage in a five star hotel approximately two years ago and is currently weighing up his legal options against the Grease star, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As we previously reported, four other men have accused the actor of similar allegations -- two masseurs, a former cruise ship worker and a gym employee; Travolta's attorney has vehemently denied all the men's claims.
"The latest masseur says that around two years ago he received a call to do an in-room massage in a five star hotel in New York City," a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. "When he arrived at the room he claims that he began to massage Travolta. The man alleges that there was unwanted groping that he endured and that Travolta also indicated that he wanted much MORE than a massage. He also claims that there was alcohol present in the room and that Travolta encouraged the man to drink with him during the time of the massage. The masseur is currently assessing what his legal options are."
The two male masseurs who have already filed lawsuits against Travolta, which were subsequently formally dismissed by their former attorney, Okorie Okorocha, have since retained powerhouse attorney Gloria Allred.
"We are now representing John Doe #2. We believe that the lawsuit should be filed in another court and, therefore, the lawsuit that was on file was dismissed without prejudice. We will be conferring with our client regarding what will happen next in this case," Allred told RadarOnline.com.
Travolta has been married to actress Kelly Preston since 1991. The couple's oldest child, Jett, died in 2009. The couple have two other children, daughter, Ella Bleu, and their toddler son, Benjamin, born in 2010.
Travolta's attorney, Marty Singer, didn't immediately respond for comment on this story, but he previously told RadarOnline.com, "As a result of the published lies about my client we expect some 'John Does' to come out of the woodwork and assert false claims."