A total of seven men have accused John Travolta of sexual assault and the list is expected to grow after two more men came forward alleging that the actor made sexual advances toward them in separate incidents at high end hotels.
The two latest accusers, who are from Seattle and Miami, are said to have contacted Okorie Okorocha, the same lawyer who had previously represented Travolta's first two accusers before they moved on to hire famed attorney Gloria Allred, according to the New York Daily News.
The accuser from Miami has been identified as Jeff, a masseur at the posh Eden Roc Resort in Miami and the accuser from Seattle is said to be a 48-year-old former hotel employee at the Westin Hotel in Seattle.
"Hearing about all the cases now, I regret not saying something sooner," Jeff told the Daily News. "He was putting his hands where he wanted me to work and kind of grinding on the table. At one point, he actually pulled my hand between his legs, up to his scrotum."
Jeff claims that Travolta apologized when he rejected the actor's unwanted sexual advances and therefore decided to continue.
"I started working on his other leg, and it all started back up again. He started putting his butt up in the air. I was just trying to do whatever I could to distract him, but he started getting aggressive and grabbed my hand again," Jeff explained.
Travolta, a married father, reportedly began masturbating toward the end of the session and told Jeff, "It's okay, you can do it. No one's going to know," he claims.
Like Jeff's claims, the Seattle accuser's allegations are similar to that of Travolta's other accusers which include three masseurs, a former cruise ship worker and a gym employee, according to Radar Online.
"He came up right behind me and grabbed my a--. I turned around and saw that his penis was out of his pants," the Seattle accuser said.
Travolta then allegedly offered $100 for sex after the man rejected his sexual advances but was again turned down.
Travolta's attorney has vehemently denied all of the allegations and dismissed each one as "ridiculous and false claims."