John Travolta and the Legend of the Assaulted Masseurs continues to roll on. Yet another individual has come forward with claims that the "Boy in the Plastic Bubble" star made inappropriate advances towards him during a Royal Caribbean cruise back in 2009. Things just keep getting better and better for the actor.
According to The Queensland Times, Fabian Zanzi, who takes care of VIP guests on the ship, claims that Travolta hugged him, requested a massage, and offered to pay Zanzi $12,000 for sex. After reporting the incident to his superiors, Royal Caribbean promptly fired Zanzi for concocting such an outrageous story.
"He had something on his neck. I thought it was a fuzz," Fabian explained. "As I approached, he took off his white coat and was naked. He hugged me and asked me to do a massage.''
According to the attorney for the two John Doe masseurs, other people with similar stories have started to come forward. Yesterday, John Doe #1 released a statement through Radar Online in which he asked for everyone -- including the public and the media -- to treat those involved with the lawsuits with "absolute fairness".
Travolta's camp has yet to weigh in on the subject.
In other creepy Travolta-related news, the first masseur who filed charges against the actor claims he got the time of the alleged incident wrong. Instead of January 16th, 2012, the whole ugly fiasco took place at an earlier date. The lawsuit, according to a source, will be amended to reflect the discrepancy.
Sadly, I doubt this is the last time we'll hear about Travolta's allegedly bizarre behavior. Feel free to leave your thoughts, feelings, and opinions regarding the situation in our comments section.