Los Angeles (CNN) - The attorney representing two massage therapists suing actor John Travolta is revealing more about the allegations.
The lawsuit alleges Travolta groped one of the men and sexually assaulted the other.
It claims one incident happened in a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 16th.
The attorney described part of the second alleged incident at a hotel in Atlanta on January 25th.
"My client reluctantly goes up there, he's in the bedroom, setting up his table. Gets his table set up, and uh, John Travolta comes into the room and gets completely naked in two seconds. My client tells him 'well, I guess get on to the massage table,' puts a sheet over him, the guy's kicking it off with his legs, Travolta keeps taking it off, my client keeps putting the sheet back on, Travolta keeps taking it off, saying 'it's sticky, it's uncomfortable.' You know, my client doesn't know what to do, he has a high level of responsibility in terms of his job there and he's trying to remain professional and Travolta goes in to, well, he likes a lot of 'glut' work, he likes his 'gluts' done, meaning his buttocks," said attorney Okorie Okorocha.
Martin Singer, an attorney for Travolta, responded to the allegations.
He says Travolta was thousands of miles away when one of the alleged incidents took place.
Specifically, he said Travolta was in New York working on a film at the time of the alleged incident in Los Angeles, and has a restaurant receipt to prove it.
But the attorney for the massage therapists says he's not impressed.
He says it would be easy for Travolta to travel from Los Angeles to New York in the same day.
The lawsuit seeks $2 million in damages a piece.