Facing yet another sexual assault claim, John Travolta is being sued by a man who says the actor "embraced" him before paying him off to keep quiet.
Fabian Zanzi, a former worker on the Royal Caribbean cruise line, filed a lawsuit saying the "Grease" star requested that food be brought to his room by a steward during a seabound voyage in 2009 - after which he allegedly asked the worker to have sex with him once he inside the posh cabin.
He’s vehemently denied any wrongdoing, and John Travolta has scored a victory over the first masseur who accused him of sexual assault.
According to a report, the man known as John Doe #1 has dropped his lawsuit after it was discovered that the “Pulp Fiction” actor wasn’t at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 16th, the day he supposedly attacked the plaintiff.
After two masseurs have come forward claiming they were sexually assaulted while giving private massages, John Travolta's legal team is taking action to prove their client's innocence to the public.
On Wednesday (May 9), the "Grease" actor's attorney, Marty Singer, released two photos of the star that were allegedly taken in New York City on January 16, 2012 at a costume fitting session for his upcoming movie, "Killing Season."
Just a day after being accused of sexual harassment, John Travolta is now being hit with a second assault lawsuit.
In a report put out by Radar Online on Tuesday (May 8), another male masseur has stepped forward filing a $2 million lawsuit against the "Pulp Fiction" actor who, according to official documents, claims he has "substantial documentation and numerous witnesses regarding the substance of Travolta's actions."