John Travolta just keeps taking hits. This time, Travolta was accused of trying to perform oral sex on a co-worker while he was asleep. Jeff Conaway, Travolta’s Grease co-star who played Kenickie, came clean about Travolta’s act in the note he left at his failed suicide attempt. In a statement to the National Enquirer, Conaway’s former fiancée Vikki Lizzi said that Travolta allegedly forced himself on Conaway at his home in the 1990s, ending their long friendship.
Travolta and Conaway had a long history together, beginning when the duo performed in Grease on Broadway and then cast in the film.
Although Conaway’s suicide attempt was unsuccessful, the actor died last May from pneumonia when he was 60 years old.
Lizzi dished out more information on Travolta to Star magazine. She claims the Conaway said that Travolta and wife Kelly Preston are involved in a fake marriage, and Preston is aware that Travola is gay.
Jeff [Conaway] said that Kelly knows that John is gay, and that’s why she’s OK with it.
Star magazine also reported that a source told the magazine that Preston signed a contract with Travolta when they wed.
Conaway’s accusation is one of many for Travolta. Several men claimed to have been the victims of Travolta’s sexual advances, although the first accuser dropped his lawsuit on Tuesday. Another anonymous man accused Travolta of sexual misconduct yesterday. According the RadarOnline, the man accused Travolta of “fondling him against his wishes” while Travolta was shooting a movie. Marty Singer, Travolta’s lawyer, has denied the allegations.
Another man, Luis Gonzalez, 49, said he spent time with Travolta at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Laguna Niguel, California in 1997. Gonzalez spoke of Travolta’s ‘skills’ in the bedroom to the National Enquirer.
He’s a great kisser. I know because I had sex with him and he loved it. [Travolta seemed] very experienced … I can remember it like it happened yesterday.
According to Gonzalez, Travolta stripped down for a massage and quickly became aroused. The two immediately moved to the bed, where they had sex: “We got right into the bed that was right there next to the massage table and had a really good time.” “I was in shock for about a week afterward thinking, ‘I can’t believe it! I had sex with John Travolta! I was hoping to see him again after that, but I never did,” he told the Enquirer.
The first man to accuse Travolta of sexual assault in California dropped the case after Travolta’s alibi confirmed that he was in New York at the time. However, the man is now working with celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred and may decide to refile the lawsuit.
Another massage therapist claimed that Travolta tried the same routine at an Atlanta hotel in January. Travolta’s lawyers denied any such incident.
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