Despite multiple lawsuits launched his way over the years, John Travolta can't help but insist on hiring strictly male massage therapists.
"He needs a male masseur," a source told Page Six of his most recent hotel stay.
But that's not all on Travolta's long list of demands.
Insiders told the publication that the 62-year-old requires hotel staff to "put up aluminum foil and dark curtains to black out the windows," adding that no one can see once the room has been darkened to Travolta's liking.
The People Vs. O.J. Simpson star reportedly brings his own sheets along for the session, and demands that the hotel room is left empty 24 hours prior to his visit, in order to avoid any smells left behind by former guests. As a Scientologist, Travolta is required to reject scents — a teaching stemmed from founder L. Ron Hubbard's personal revulsion to the smell of rose perfume.
Travolta's reps and lawyer did not return calls on the matter. As for previous lawsuits regarding his massage needs, the actor called it "every celebrity's Achilles' heel. It's just about people wanting money."