John Travolta's second masseur accuser, John Truesdale, will no longer be known as John Doe No. 2 after the New York Daily News unearthed his name.
Reporters from the paper tracked down the Mandarin Oriental Atlanta hotel employee in Georgia. You can follow this link to see a photo of Truesdale.
The 250-pound, 40-year-old masseur is an ex-football player and certified black belt who sought to remain anonymous while accusing the star of sexual battery.
He can forget about the anonymous part now.
"I thought I was supposed to be anonymous," Truesdale said outside Smyrna, Ga. home. "The paparazzi are here for me? I can't believe it," he laughed.
Aside from cracking a few jokes, he didn't reveal much, declining to talk to reporters about claims that Travolta stripped naked and started humping a massage table in front of Truesdale, among other things, in a private hotel suite in January.
"I can't talk about [the case]," he said. "I'm not allowed to comment."
In a surprise move last week, Truesdale dropped his lawsuit against the actor ... then hired Gloria Allred to represent him, which can only mean another suit.
"We are conferring with him regarding the next course of action in this matter. Neither our client nor our law firm have any other comment at this time."
Allred also represents the first accuser of sexual assault against Travolta, who also dropped his original lawsuit, and whose identity has not been released.
Allred has denied allegations that she stole clients from their original lawyer. Two additional accusers have also come forward, but have not pursued legal action.