One of the two male masseurs who have claimed actor John Travolta had sexually assaulted them has withdrawn his legal action.
The unidentified man had claimed that John Travolta, 58, groped him during a massage session in Beverly Hills in January.
A second masseur who claims John Travolta made similar advances later that month in Atlanta is to press ahead with his case, according to his lawyer.
The actor’s lawyer said the star had been “completely vindicated” by the dismissal of the first complaint.
In a statement, Marty Singer said he expected his client to “similarly be vindicated” with regards to the second claimant, referred to in documents as John Doe No 2.
Okorie Okorocha, the attorney for both claimants, attributed the first masseur’s decision not to proceed to disagreements over how to handle the case.
“Let’s just say we had differences in opinion of how to handle the case and decided to part ways,” Okorie Okorocha told People magazine.
The notice of dismissal was filed on Tuesday at the US District Court in Los Angeles.
John Travolta was Oscar-nominated for his roles in Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fiction and has been married to actress Kelly Preston since 1991.