The actor is fighting back Fabian Zanzi's sexual encounter claim by filing documents to deny Zanzi's statements.
John Travolta has taken a serious action to prevent a cruise worker from spreading lies about him. The "Grease" star has filed court documents on Friday, August 3 to deny the allegations that he made sexual advances to Fabian Zanzi in 2009.
Zanzi said back in June that he was catering food to Travolta's room when he was requested to perform a neck massage. The worker then said the actor disrobed himself and begged him to "take me". Zanzi was reportedly offered $12,000 to keep his mouth shut about the incident.
In the docs obtained by TMZ, Travolta insisted that Zanzi made the whole story up. The actor admitted to being on board a Royal Caribbean Cruise but denied all the allegations of misconduct against him. Travolta also pointed out that Zanzi filed a report to the cruise company over the alleged incident but did not mention any of the sexual details.
Travolta and his legal rep Martyn Singer want the lawsuit dismissed and for Zanzi to pay the attorney's fees.