John Truesdale has been identified as one of the masseurs accusing John Travolta of sexual battery.

The New York Daily News described Truesdale as a “hulking 250-pound masseur” who is a certified black belt and a married dad.

Truesdale was previously only known in court documents as John Doe No. 2.

“I thought I was supposed to be anonymous,” he told the paper.

On Thursday Truesdale dropped his lawsuit and original lawyer, Okorie Okorocha, and hired high-profile lawyer Gloria Allred.

Allred said she is consulting with her clients on whether to refile the charges in a different court.

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. Okorocha told CNN that the date should have been January 15.

In his $2 million lawsuit, Truesdale claims that a naked Travolta asked for his buttocks to be massaged during an in-room massage at a resort in Atlanta in January.

“While he was massaging near Travolta's buttocks area, Travolta would open his legs and spread his butt cheeks open and had a full erection and would maneuver in a way as try to force Doe Plaintiff No. 2 to touch his anus and around his anus.”

“Travolta started masturbating about 15 minutes left in the session, and Doe Plaintiff No. 2 said he had to go,” the lawsuit claims.

Marty Singer, Travolta's attorney, has denied the charges.