John Travolta stopped into a toy store in Manhattan this week with his son Benjamin, 5, to buy a Boomerang — but has he been keeping up with recent reports?
John Travolta took son Ben and the family nanny out to Central Park to test the new Boomerang.
The actor seemed to shrug off Radar's recent report, in which a male massage therapist named Edward, whose full identity is being withheld, said he arranged rubdowns that included a sexual "happy ending" for Travolta.
Edward believes the gay encounter could severely damage Travolta's marriage to former model Kelly Preston.
Edward helps run a sex service called "Man 2 Man Massage," which he described as "a roving gang of unlicensed massage therapists who specialize in 'gay' sexual favors.
All the men who use the service realize that they are going to get a lot more than a massage!"
Though reps vehemently denied the claims in this story, Edward claimed to Radar that he's arranged massages for 62-year-old Travolta, whose marriage to Preston, 53, has been repeatedly rocked by reports of Travolta's gay double life.
But it doesn't stop there.
In May 2012, two male masseurs filed sexual battery suits against Travolta in federal court.
Travolta's attorney vehemently denied the claims as well, but more men came forward with similar accusations.
When previously asked about lawsuits regarding his massage needs, the actor called it "every celebrity's Achilles' heel. It's just about people wanting money."
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