John Travolta’s Second Accuser is Identified
The ongoing saga in which John Travolta stands accused of scandalous behavior, including improper contact with a series of “John Does” continues. In the latest development, John Doe number two now has a name and face.
Forty year old John Truesdale, who was surprised by the loss of his anonymity was found by news sources, and refused to discuss the case when asked for comments.
Like the first John Doe, Truesdale was originally represented by Okarie Okarocha, but dropped the charges through the counsel and parted ways.
He is now represented by attorney Gloria Allred. Although Ms. Allred has not yet formally filed charges, she has claimed that her team has great faith in the man.
Truesdale, a large, muscular man who has earned a black belt, claims that Travolta behaved in a bizarre manner and touched him inappropriately before he was able to get away from the star January.
At this point, it appears that the certified massage therapist is considering following through with his allegations, despite the vehement denials of Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer.