Number three came forward on Thursday. John Travolta’s man unit has been getting all sorts of attention lately.
Fabian Zanzi, a former employee of Chilean decent on the Royal Caribbean cruise line, has accused the Grease star of sexually harassing him.
According to South American news site ABC.es, the alleged incident occurred onboard a cruise in 2009.
Here’s a reenactment based on Radar’s report of how this one supposedly went down:
“In a private VIP massage room on the ship, Zanzi prepares to rub down Travolta who wears only a white coat. ‘Hey Mr. I got something on my neck,’ says Travolta.”
Thinking it’s a fuzz, Zanzi approaches Travolta and Travolta removes his white coat and allegedly embraces the masseur in a bear-on-bear hug, naked.
“Mr., would you please be so kind as to have sex with me?” Travolta asks.
“No, thank you,” Zanzi replies.
“Are you sure? I’ll give you $12,000.”
“Thank you, but no thank you.”
Zanzu joins two other unidentified masseur accusers in the ever-developing story.
They are suing the actor for $2 million in damages.
Travolta’s camp and lawyers have denied the claims and Travolta plans to counter sue for malicious prosecution. Hollyscoop reached out to Travolta’s rep for the third lawsuit and he told us they be releasing a statement regarding the third victim soon.
Travolta’s wife is actress Kelly Preston. The couple was married in 1991. The couple has two children, Ella Bleu and Benjamin. Their 16-year-old son, Jett, died in 2009 after suffering from a seizure on a family’s vacation at Grand Bahama Island.
Stay tuned for more details – and probably more male masseurs – to follow.