John Travolta may have abused Jeff Conaway; second accuser drops lawsuit
It must be Gang Up On John Travolta Month, because now the National Enquirer is saying he attempted to give his late Grease costar Jeff Conaway unwanted oral sex years ago. Good thing the second masseur accusing him of sexual battery has dropped his lawsuit.
The late Conaway's one-time fiancee, Vikki Lizzi, told the Enquirer the incident occurred in the '90s at Jeff's home, when Conaway woke up to find Travolta doing more than dancing, according to the New York Post. Lizzi said the allegation was made in a suicide note Jeff left when he tried to kill himself in 2006. Conaway died of pneumonia last May at the age of 60.
Lizzi, who was made infamous by her appearances on Celebrity Rehab with Jeff, has been making the rounds, telling Star that Travolta's marriage to Kelly Preston was fake. "Jeff told me that John and Kelly's marriage was an arrangement, she said. "Jeff said that Kelly knows that John is gay, and that's why she's okay with it."
The unnamed sources came out of the woodwork after that, but more interesting was a masseur named Luis Gonzalez, who told the Enquirer he got it on with Travolta at a Ritz-Carlton in Laguna Niguel, Calif., in 1997.
"He's a great kisser," Gonzalez said. "Travolta may not identify himself as a gay man, but it doesn't dismiss the fact that he likes sex with men ... and he's experienced at it. I know because I had sex with him, and he loved it." Not enough to tip Gonzalez more than a 20 percent tip, of course.
In the better news department, John Doe No. 2 dropped his lawsuit against Travolta because he also broke up with lawyer Okorie Okorocha, who represented both he and John Doe No. 1, who hired Gloria Allred on Wednesday. Okorocha told TMZ he didn't know why his client fired him, but it's not because the alleged incident with Atlanta on Jan. 28 has been disproven like the first allegation was.
[Photo: Getty Images, 2007]