John Travolta would like to make it perfectly clear: He did not have inappropriate relations with that massage therapist.
"This lawsuit is a complete fiction and fabrication," a statement from the actor's publicist says. "None of the events claimed in the suit ever occurred."
The statement adds that Travolta was on the other side of the country when the alleged violation occurred, and that the actor completely intends to exact legal vengeance after getting the suit against him tossed.
"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 -- which calls the suit a "baseless lie" -- reads. "John intends to get this case thrown out and then he will sue the attorney and Plaintiff for malicious prosecution."
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court in California Friday, claims that Travolta molested the plaintiff -- who filed the suit anonymously -- while receiving a massage at a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Jan. 12.
According to the suit, the plaintiff was contacted through a web site ad, after which Travolta picked him up in his Lexus SUV personally and brought him to the bungalow.
And then things got really weird.