Restaurant Receipt Could Clear John Travolta's Name

He may be saved by a $400 bill at Mr. Chow in New York

John Travolta's scandal of the week (where two masseurs accuse the Pulp Fiction actor of sexual assault) may clear up this week, if a restaurant receipt and some photos pull through.

Travolta's camp claims they have a restaurant receipt proving Travolta dined at Mr. Chow in New York City the day he supposedly assualted a masseuse in Beverly Hills. Seeing as New York and Beverly Hills are on opposite sides of the country (plus, Travolta's camp claims to have photos), this could all be cleared up.

Of course, the lawyer representing the two masseurs is not backing down, and the accusers are each seeking $2 million in damages.

The bill itself shows a $382 bill, with a $100 tip.