John Travolta's attorney sounds pretty confident that this will be a two-for-one special.
Earlier today, the first anonymous masseuse to sue John Travolta two weeks ago for sexual battery has dropped his claims against the actor, and Marty Singer is suggesting it's only a matter of time before the second plaintiff follows suit.
"My client is completely vindicated by Doe No. 1 dropping his claims and dismissing his lawsuit," Singer said in a statement to E! News. "We fully expect that my client will similarly be vindicated with respect to Doe No. 2, as well as with respect to any other person who makes meritless claims against John Travolta."
It was reported last week that attorney Okorie Okorocha had dropped John Doe No. 1 as a client after certain details of his graphically told story accusing Travolta of trying to manhandle him during a massage in Beverly Hills didn't add up. However, the notice of dismissal was only filed today.
The complaint originally filed by Doe No. 1 was amended several days later to include Doe No. 2. A cruise ship worker has also claimed certain improprieties on Travolta's part, but has not taken any legal action.
Singer said from the beginning that all of the allegations against Travolta are "absurd and ridiculous."
—Reporting by Baker Machado