When they entered the bungalow, Travolta "shamelessly stripped naked" in front of a professional chef and the plaintiff, the lawsuit states.
"He wants me to get on the table, can you believe that?" Travolta told the chef, according to the document.
"For the first hour the massage was without incident, other than he kept purposefully sliding the towel down that covered his buttocks to reveal about half of gluteus area," the suit states.
The massage therapist repeatedly slid the towel back up 10 times in the first hour, "reminding Defendant that state law required that a massage client be fully draped during the massage," the suit states.
When Travolta "started to rub Plaintiff's leg," he "thought it was accidental," it said.
Later, however, there was more touching by Travolta "and this time Plaintiff told Defendant to please not touch him again," the complaint said.
"Defendant apologized, but then snickered to himself like a mischievous child," it said.
The lawsuit then described Travolta allegedly touching and grabbing the massage therapist's penis.
"This was painful and uncomfortable," the suit said. Travolta apologized and suggested they "must have gotten our signals crossed," and that he thought that the massage therapist "wanted the same thing he did," it said. "Defendant then tried to act like it was a simple misunderstanding."
Travolta then asked him to switch places on the table for a "reverse massage," the lawsuit states.
Travolta allegedly offered to perform a sexual act on the therapist.
Although the therapist "felt very afraid for his safety," he agreed to stay and continue with the massage after Travolta told him "OK, I'll behave myself," the suit said.
Travolta's statement "gave plaintiff confidence that his predatory behavior was finally under control," the suit said.
When he resumed with a deep tissue massage on his shoulders, Travolta told him, "Say something nice to me," it said.
Travolta, who allegedly began masturbating, then got up and screamed at the plaintiff "how selfish he was; that Defendant got where he is now due to sexual favors he had performed when he was in his 'Welcome Back Kotter' days," the suit said.
Hollywood is controlled by homosexual men "who expect favors in return for sexual activity," the lawsuit document quotes Travolta as saying.
"Defendant then went on to say how he had done things in his past that would make most people throw up," it said.
The complaint said Travolta told the therapist that "he was smart enough to learn to enjoy it, and when he began to make millions of dollars, that it all became well worth it."
When the therapist refused to take part, Travolta said, "No problem. I will find new friends," the suit said.
He then offered to call a "Hollywood starlet" who wanted "three-way sex," but "they needed to have sex together first before calling her, so this way they would be in-sync with each other sexually," the suit said.
The actor told him he could "make millions and be famous" if he lost some weight and adapted to same-sex relations, the suit said.
When the therapist threatened to call police if he was not returned to where he was picked up, Travolta drove him back, although calling him "selfish" and a "loser" on the way, it said.
He paid the therapist $800, double the $400 owed for the two hours, the suit said.