The newly uncovered police report marks the latest in a series of incidents pointing to John Travolta’s alleged sexual preference for men.

John Travolta is the latest star to make headlines for alleged sexual misconduct in Hollywood.

The 'Face Off' star has been named in a criminal complaint by a 21-year-old masseur who accused the actor of sexual battery that reportedly took place in 2000.

According to the report filed at the Palm Springs Sheriff's Department, the masseur alleged that Travolta, 63, groped his bare buttocks and indecently exposed himself during a deep body massage at the LaQuinta Hotel in Palm Springs, California.

According to the documents, obtained by RadarOnline.com, Travolta also made lewd remarks about gay fantasies while at the hotel's spa facility around 1.30am on 15 February, 2000.

The masseur claims that during the series of treatment which Travolta received the star:

  • repeatedly exposed his buttocks
  • demonstrated his own massage techniques on the masseur — as the man lay on his stomach, 'Travolta reached under his towel and began to rub his inner thigh and bare buttocks
  • offered to 'soap up' the masseur's back while he showered
  • asked the masseur if he'd 'ever ha his a**hole licked by another man' and if so, 'tell him what he would do, so he [Travolta] could have something to fantasise about'.
The newly uncovered police report marks the latest in a series of incidents pointing to Travolta’s alleged sexual preference for men, as well as an alleged habit of hitting on men at high-end spas, hotels, cruise ships and in the locker rooms of fitness clubs, according to the Daily Beast.  

Travolta has denied similar claims in the past.

The gay rumours about Travolta first became public in May 1990 after the National Enquirer ran a cover story describing an alleged two-year affair between Travolta and Paul Barresi, a gay-porn producer, the Daily Beast reported.