Score one for John Travolta.
The first of three sexual battery accusers has moved to dismiss his own lawsuit against the movie legend. The anonymous masseur did not give a reason.
E! News has obtained the notice of dismissal, which was filed today in U.S. District Court. So the actor is officially in the clear ... with this guy at least.
John Travolta's accuser set off a firestorm last week, but drew criticism early on both for his extremely graphic lawsuit and for contradicting his story.
While the man claimed sexual assault at the hands of the actor which took place on January 16, Travolta's flight records quickly torpedoed his credibility.
It's not all clear skies ahead for Travolta, however.
Although attorney Okorie Okorocha has dismissed the original accuser as a client, the legal filing makes no mention of the second John Doe masseur, whom Okorocha will presumably continue to represent in his case.
He is seeking $2 million for the actor's behavior during a similar massage gone awry. Travolta, through his attorney, has vehemently denied the accusations.
A third man, Fabian Zanzi, alleges similar conduct aboard a cruise ship.