Looks like John Travolta's masseur controversy isn't going to quietly fade away: The lawyer who filed the lawsuit on behalf of the two men accusing Travolta of sexual assault tells CNN he's been contacted by "droves" of "people from different resorts from every state from Hawaii, Arizona, Texas, New York" with various claims against Travolta. "I'm getting tons of calls," he said, according to the New York Daily News.
But TMZ has yet more "proof" Travolta could not have been involved in at least one alleged incident: In addition to the photo and receipt showing him in New York when he was supposedly groping a masseur in LA, the site now has flight records showing Travolta actually flew via private plane from LA to New York the night before the alleged assault, as well as hotel records of his stay in NYC. The accusers' lawyer downplays the claim, pointing out that Travolta could fly said plane from NYC to LA and back easily. (Read more John Travolta stories.)