Could New York Photos Be John Travolta's Alibi?

Could New York Photos Be John Travolta's Alibi?

Do a set of photos demolish those shocking accusations aimed at John Travolta?

They show the 58-year-old superstar trying on costumes in New York City for his upcoming movie, Killing Season. In a photo, the time stamped is 4:30 pm, on January 16th, 2012. Another one is time stamped 5:21 pm the same day. That's just a few hours after the masseur known as John Doe #1 said he was sexually assaulted by Travolta 3,000 miles away in the Beverly Hills Hotel.

INSIDE EDITION has learned the photos were taken in a luxury $1,800-a-night suite at the trendy Greenwich Hotel in lower Manhattan.

The 88-room boutique hotel is owned by Robert De Niro, who co-stars in the movie.  

Legal expert Royal Oakes told INSIDE EDITION, "Travolta's serious questions about the credibility of one accuser may cause the whole case against him to go down, because the two accuser's are together, joined, represented by the same lawyer. So far, they have never even given their real names."

But John Doe's lawyer claimed the photographs and other documentary evidence have been forged.

"I would have no doubt that anything he produced is a forgery and it's a forgery until it's proved otherwise. His bulldog lawyer just stepped into the ring with a gorilla," said Doe's lawyer.

He said his client took a lie detector test about every claim made about his alleged encounter with Travolta at the luxury bungalow at The Beverly Hills Hotel.

His lawyer said, "He passed with flying colors, consistent story and consistant details."

Travolta claimed he left Los Angeles the day before the alleged assault, Sunday January 15th, in his Gulfstream jet.

Flight records show he left Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, at 8:21 p.m. Pacific Time and landed at Westchester County Airport north of New York City at 3:59 a.m. Eastern Time, Monday.

But John Doe #1 hit back in a statement: "I would urge everyone to understand that guilt or innocence in our justice system is decided by our court system. A photograph, a restaurant receipt and other things.... may or may not constitute proof."  

Oakes said, "Travolta has a big lead in the credibility battle. He's got restaurant receipts in New York, he's got a wardrobe fitting that afternoon in New York, he's got flight records. All of which, can blow out of the water the credibility of the accusations."