John Travolta Denies Masseuse's Sexual Assault Claims

'This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication,' a rep for Travolta tells People.

An anonymous plaintiff has filed a $2 million lawsuit against John Travolta, alleging that the "Old Dogs" star assaulted and sexually harassed him after he was hired to massage the actor.

Unsurprisingly, a rep for Travolta has shot down the allegations via a statement issued to People magazine, in which the rep strongly denied all claims made by the anonymous man, known only as John Doe via his court filing.

"This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication," Travolta's rep said. "None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred. The plaintiff, who refuses to give their name, knows that the suit is a baseless lie. It is for that reason that the plaintiff hasn't been identified with a name even though it is required to do so.

"On the date when plaintiff claims John met him, John was not in California and it can be proved that he was on the East Coast," the statement continued. "[The] plaintiff's attorney has filed this suit to try and get his 15 minutes of fame. John intends to get this case thrown out and then he will sue the attorney and plaintiff for malicious prosecution."

The plaintiff's lengthy 14-page suit, which was filed Friday in California's U.S. District Court, charges 58-year-old Travolta with assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that among other salacious activities, Travolta exposed himself and groped the masseur despite protests during a massage performed in Los Angeles in January 2011.