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Another man is alleging that John Travolta sexually assaulted him and is expected to file a lawsuit against the actor.
Travolta's fourth accuser, whose name is being withheld, has been described as a gym employee and personal trainer who once used to open the gym for Travolta to use after hours. Their interaction took place while he was on location for a film shoot, according to Radar Online.
"The gym was opened as a courtesy to John Travolta so that he could avoid the public yet maintain his fitness in this physically challenging role that he was doing at the time. The gym employee says that John Travolta groped and fondled him against his will," a source close to the situation told Radar.
The explosive allegations come less than a week after a third man accused Travolta of making sexual advances toward him and offering him $12,000 for sex.
Chilean-born Fabian Zanzi, a former employee of the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, is also expected to file suit after two masseurs, John Doe #1 and #2, recently filed legal claims against the 58-year-old alleging sexual battery.
Although John Doe #1 recently dropped his lawsuit after backtracking on the date of alleged incident, he is expected to re-file after retaining famed attorney Gloria Allred on Wednesday.
Marty Singer, Travolta's attorney, says that he is yet to be contacted with regards to the fourth accuser but says that he is not surprised by the "false claims."
"As a result of the published lies about my client we expect some 'John Does' to come out of the woodwork and assert false claims," Singer said.
Singer has vehemently denied all of the allegations against Travolta, a married father, and has threatened to countersue "for malicious prosecution."
Singer recently agreed to a private mediation with John Doe #2, meaning that the case will not go to trial.
"Travolta started to grab, rub and caress [accuser no. 2's] upper thighs and buttock ... and he refused to [be covered] by a sheet of a pillow case cover ... Travolta started masturbating about 15 minutes left in the session, and [accuser No.2] said he had to go," John Doe #2's graphic complaint alleges.