John Travolta is being sued by a cruise ship steward who claims the actor attempted to initiate sex with him.

Fabian Zanzi, a former Royal Caribbean cruise line steward, claims he refused $12,000 to have sex with Travolta.

Zanzi, a Chile native, told Spanish outlet that Travolta “had something on his neck. I thought it was a fuzz. As I approached, he took off his white coat and was naked. He hugged me and asked me to do a massage.” The incident allegedly took place in 2009.

According to, Zanzi is suing Travolta for unspecified damages.

The Pulp Fiction star is facing similar accusations from two male masseurs. And last week, an author who claims he has seen Travolta having sex with other men filed a lawsuit against the actor and his lawyer, Marty Singer.

Singer called the allegations “ludicrous” and “inane” in a statement.

“It is obvious that Mr. Zanzi and his lawyers are looking for their 15 minutes of fame,” Singer said.

“The lawsuit's ridiculous claims are completely contradicted by what Mr. Zanzi told his employer back in 2009 when he was being disciplined for his own violations of company policy. In his handwritten report three years ago, the only physical contact he claimed occurred was allegedly touching my client's neck. The inappropriate conduct he alleges in his lawsuit is absent from his written report he submitted at the time. That glaring omission speaks volumes. Also calling his credibility into question is his dubious allegation that his employer supposedly restrained him in a room on the cruise ship for five days, yet after that supposedly occurred, Mr. Zanzi continued to work for Royal Caribbean for years, on multiple ships. Now, after waiting three years, and after getting paid to tell his story to the media, Mr. Zanzi has filed this absurd lawsuit.”

“We are confident that my client will prevail on the merits and that he will be completely vindicated in court,” he added.