May 17, 2012 10:45 IST
The masseur, who dropped sexual battery charges against John Travolta, may still launch another suit against the star.
The man - known only as John Doe #1 - filed papers on May 15, 2012 to have the allegations dismissed but has now hired another lawyer, Civil Rights Attorney Gloria Allred, who has admitted her new client is deciding what to do next.
Ms Allred said: "I represent John Doe Number One. Mr Doe's lawsuit was dismissed without prejudice which means that he is still legally entitled to file another lawsuit against John Travolta if he chooses. We are in the process of conferring with him regarding the next steps, which he may wish to take. Our client and our firm has no further comment at this time."
The man, who claimed John Travolta had behaved inappropriately during a massage in Los Angeles - was dropped by his lawyer, Okorie Okorocha, after the actor's attorney Marty Singer provided evidence that suggested the Pulp Fiction star was in New York at the time of the alleged incident. The masseur later claimed to have gotten his dates confused.
A second lawsuit filed by a man - named as John Doe #2 - against the star is still active.
Meanwhile, a gym employee has reportedly claimed that the Grease actor groped him against his will when he opened his place of work out-of-hours to accommodate the star during a location shoot.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "The gym was opened as a courtesy to John Travolta so that he could avoid the public yet maintain his fitness in this physically challenging role that he was doing at the time. The gym employee says that John Travolta groped and fondled him against his will."
The actor's lawyer insisted he has not been contacted by any attorneys about the allegation and admitted he and his client are prepared for "false claims" following the previous reports.
Mr Singer - who has vehemently denied all of the accusations - said: "As a result of the published lies about my client we expect some 'John Does' to come out of the woodwork and assert false claims."