RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained the explosive police report that charges the devout Scientologist, 63, of harassing a male spa employee during a late-night rub-down.
The Saturday Night Fever actor allegedly groped the man’s bare buttocks, indecently exposed himself and made lewd remarks about gay fantasies.
The supposed victim's shocking description of the incident threatens to blow the lid off Travolta’s long-rumored double life as a happily married family man.
It took place at the LaQuinta Hotel in Palm Springs, Calif., when Travolta demanded a deep body massage at the facility's spa, which had been opened after midnight for the actor’s private use on Feb. 15, 2000.
But the man claims Travolta wanted a more intimate rubdown.
During the massage, the star kept removing the towel “exposing” his bare buttocks, according to the never-before-seen official report.
After the masseur administered a body scrub treatment, he says Travolta told him “he was very attractive and that he had gotten him ‘excited.’”
Travolta then asked the masseur to join him in the spa's steam room, “so he wouldn’t be alone,” says the man, who complied with the request.
Totally naked after dropping his towel, Travolta then offered to demonstrate his own massage techniques on the masseur.
As the man lay on his stomach, “Travolta reached under his towel and began to rub his inner thigh.”
Then the actor “began rubbing the masseur’s bare buttocks as well as in the groove between.”
The masseur said he felt uncomfortable and left, but then Travolta followed, offering to “soap up” his back while he showered.
As the masseur was packing up his massage table that had been set up in Travolta's room, he claimed the actor peppered him with suggestive queries, including "what he would do if he ever had sexual encounter with another man," and added "if so, tell him what he would do so Travolta could have something to fantasize about.’”
Traumatized by what happened, the 21-year-old reported the incident to Palm Springs Sheriff’s Department, who sent an officer to the scene.
Upon arriving at the hotel, Officer Mark Peters was told an employee wanted to file complaint against Travolta for sexual battery, his report states.
The spa had been opened at 1:30 AM specifically for Travolta’s use only.
In the report, Officer Peters wrote: “Redacted told me he asked Travolta what area of the body he wanted him to concentrate on the most, and Travolta replied the buttocks.
“He said that during the course of the massage, Travolta kept removing the towel covering the area, and exposing his buttocks. Redacted told me it is improper to remove the towel, so he kept replacing it.
It continues, “Redacted said after the massage was complete they went into another room where he performed what he called a “Citrus Scrub” on Travolta.
“He said that during the procedure, Travolta told him that he was very attractive and that he had gotten him “excited.” “
When the “Citrus Scrub” was complete, “they moved to the steam room, where Travolta asked if he would accompany him, so he wouldn’t have to sit alone.”
The masseur agreed, and sat with Travolta. The police report states both men were initially wearing towels.
“He said shortly afterward, Travolta removed his towel and was nude. He told me that Travolta then asked him if he would like to see some of the massage techniques that he (Travolta) likes,” the report shows.
The masseur “agreed to let Travolta show him some of these techniques, and laid down on his stomach.”
While doing so, “Travolta reached under his towel and began to rub his Redacted inner thigh.
“He also said that Travolta moved the towel to one side, thus exposing most of the buttocks, and began rubbing him on his bare buttocks, as well as the groove between the buttocks,” the report says.
It continues, “Redacted said he told Travolta he felt uncomfortable with what was being done, so he got up and left the steam room.
“He said after he left the steam room, he went to the shower, and shortly afterward Travolta followed him in, asking him if he wanted his back “soaped up.”
“Redacted told me he informed Travolta that he not want his back “soaped up,” moved to another shower where he rinsed off, and later got dressed.”
The man then escorted Travolta to his room — #1906 and #1907 — where “a massage table was already set up,” according to the police report.
“He said once at the room, he did not give Travolta another massage, but instead packed up the equipment and left.
“He told me that while in the process of packing up the equipment, Travolta made more lewd comments toward him.”
Shockingly, the man alleges “Travolta asked him if he had “ever had his a**hole licked buy another man,” “what would he do it he ever had a sexual encounter with another man,” and if so “tell him what he would do , so he (Travolta) could have something to fantasize about.”
The man felt “violated” according to the police report. Officer Peters notes, “He told me he made no advances toward Travolta, and didn’t say anything to lead him on.”
Officer Peters states “Travolta had already checked out of the hotel, so I was unable to speak with him regarding this case,” and the masseur “desires prosecution against Travolta for Sexual Battery.”
In his report, Officer Peters notes the “details do not meet the elements of battery … or sexual battery.”
Officer Peters continued “none of the acts or statements were witness … (and) cannot be corroborated.”
The case was then “closed unfounded” and Officer Peters advised the man to “speak with a civil attorney.”
The incident is echoed in the private diaries of the actor’s former manager and “fixer” Jonathan Krane, who died in August 2016.
In documents reviewed exclusively by RadarOnline, Krane — whose widow is M*A*S*H actress Sally Kellerman — recalled how he told John to “immediately leave the hotel” and “persuaded the hotel it was in their best interest to get their employee to drop the criminal charges, and any civil claims, and to persuade the police not to investigate because it was just a misunderstanding.”
No charges were filed.
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