Celebrities have to deal with frivolous lawsuits sometimes. It’s easy for us to sit in our stupid, ugly, rat-infested civilian non-mansions and point fingers and laugh through the permanent blood cloud that hangs over our consumptive heads, but it’s a real thing! Kind of! They’ve got money, and sometimes people try to take that money via frivolous lawsuits. Then again, sometimes there are lawsuits that the celebrities claim are frivolous where you’re like, well, maybe some of the facts don’t line up and maybe from a purely legal standpoint this entire case should be thrown out SUSTAINED but it also definitely seems like there’s at least something going on here. Maybe you guys should work it out between the two of you behind closed doors away from our prying, not-even-a-little-bit-famous, puss-filled eyes filled with visions of our own failure and unspecialness, but you should definitely work something out because you both sound like liars. I’m not saying that John Travolta definitely grabbed a masseuse’s penis and then masturbated himself in front of him. That is what is alleged. He allegedly grabbed a masseuse’s penis and then masturbated himself in front of him. We’ll leave all of that for a jury to decide because America and the Salem Witch Trials. All I’m saying is that he definitely didn’t not do that. From TMZ:
John Travolta says the lawsuit claiming he sexually assaulted a masseur is a total lie … and that he was 2,475 miles from the place it supposedly happened.
Travolta’s rep tells TMZ … John was on the East Coast the day the masseur claims John got on the massage table and, among other things, allegedly grabbed the guy’s penis and then masturbated. The statement says, “This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication. None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred.”
John is confident he will get the case thrown out and will sue the attorney and the masseur for malicious prosecution.
REST YOUR CASE, CHARLIE WAX! On the one hand, pointing out that you were in a completely different city on the day that you were alleged to have grabbed a masseuse’s penis and then masturbated yourself in front of him is a very good defense. Possibly the best defense there is. On the other hand, something about it stinks up the joint. It feels like such a lifeless defense. “There’s no way it could have happened because I wasn’t even there. Had I been there, then it probably for sure would have happened, no duh, I love that stuff, but I wasn’t so it didn’t.” I’m not a lawyer but my defense would have been something like this: “Well, no.”