A former Royal Caribbean Cruise Line employee has just come forward with allegations that he was approached by and offered $12,000 to have sex with the 'Wild Hogs' star back in 2009.
Allegations of sexual harassment continue to pile up for John Travolta. Before the husband of Kelly Preston manages to shake off the sexual battery and harassment lawsuits filed by two male masseurs, a third man has come forward with an accusation that the actor accosting him while they were aboard Royal Caribbean cruise ship in May 2009.
The accuser was identified as Chilean-born Fabian Zanzi, a former employee on the liner who was at time in charge of VIP guests. Speaking to Chilean TV news show "Primer plano", he detailed that Travolta "said that I had something on my neck, I thought it was lint. When he got close to me, he took off his white robe and he became naked. He hugged me and asked me to give him a massage."
Zanzi went on to claim that Travolta offered him $12,000 to have sex, but he claimed that he declined the "Savages" star's advances. A report further suggested that the man has also filed a lawsuit against the 58-year-old actor, but it has yet to be verified.
Travolta is currently dealing with two lawsuits accusing him of making sexual advances at two anonymous male massage therapists in two separate locations, a Beverly Hills hotel on January 16 and in Atlanta on January 25. The masseurs are seeking $2 million dollars in damages, but the actor has through his lawyer Marty Singer denied the allegations.
"This second 'anonymous' claim is just as absurd and ridiculous as the first one," said Singer in a statement to E! News after the second masseur came forward. "The attorney who filed the lawsuit on behalf of his second anonymous client...was notified that his first client's claims were totally false and fabricated."
Meanwhile, evidences suggesting Travolta was not in Los Angeles at time of the first incident have been brought to attention. One was a photo of the actor taken on January 16 in New York City, another one was his meal receipt from the city's Mr. Chow, and the third one was flight records that showed his jet took off from Los Angeles International Airport on January 15.