Two suits accusing John Travolta of sexual battery have been dropped but both accusers have hired high-profile lawyer Gloria Allred.

Travolta has been accused by two male masseurs of attempting to initiate sex with them.

Allred told CNN that she was in the process of discussing next steps with her clients.

“We believe that the lawsuit should be filed in another court and, therefore, the lawsuit that was on file was dismissed without prejudice,” Allred said on Thursday.

John Doe No. 1 withdrew from the case after it was widely publicized that Travolta was not in Los Angeles but in New York on January 16, the day the massage incident allegedly took place in a Beverly Hills Hotel suite. Lawyer Okorie Okorocha told CNN that the date should have been January 15.

The defections angered Okorocha, who accused Allred of poaching his clients.

“Mr. Okorocha's representations are false, outrageous and defamatory,” Allred responded. “John Doe 1 and John Doe 2 contacted my offices and neither I nor anyone in my law firm solicited either of these two clients. Both clients first called me and asked me to represent them.”

The dismissal comes a day after Okorocha declared on cabler HLN's Showbiz Tonight that John Doe No. 2's case “ain't going nowhere.”

“Whatever the Vegas odds are right now you can go ahead and wager your house that the case ain't going nowhere,” he said.

Travolta lawyer Martin Singer chided the media for “recklessly” publishing the allegations.

“This spate of recklessly published tabloid stories is just part of a malicious tabloid agenda to boost lagging sales by running outrageous defamatory stories about my client sourced by people seeking notoriety or a payday,” he told the New York Post on Thursday.