The second masseur suing JOHN TRAVOLTA for sexual assault and battery sent several e-mails to his bosses about the alleged incident.
Shockingly, there was no mention of Travolta, nor the alleged incident!
RadarOnline.com reported that the unidentified Atlanta-based masseur made the bombshell claims several days after another anonymous man filed a similar lawsuit against the Grease star; both men are seeking $2 million dollars in damages.
Travolta's attorney, Marty Singer, has slammed the claims.
In an e-mail sent to two of his female bosses and the male general manager of the hotel, where the alleged attack took place, the masseur writes: "After careful thought regarding the recent events that took place today, I have come to the conclusion that it is necessary to resign my position as lead therapist.
“Effective immediately, I will assume my role as a massage therapist and esthetician. In these positions I will continue to be professional and provide the best customer service as I always have.
"I was under the assumption that as a part of management, management would support me and expect employees to do likewise. After experiencing insubordination, disrespect and unnecessary gossip are not qualities that I am accustomed to and will not accept in a management position. As a member of the [REDACTED] management team, I was expecting to grow with the spa and grow professionally."
The e-mail communication makes absolutely no direct mention of the alleged harrowing sexual assault that is outlined in graphic detail in the lawsuit, nor mentions Travolta by name.