Yet another man has come forward alleging that actor John Travolta sexually harassed him on a Royal Caribbean Cruise.
The man, Fabian Zanzi, a native of Chile worked for the cruise line as masseur in charge or VIP clients. Zanzi alleges that on one cruise, Travolta accosted him and offered him $12,000 for sex.
“[Travolta] had something on his neck. I thought it was a fuzz. As I approached, he took of his white coat and was naked. He hugged me and asked me to do a massage,” Zanzi told a South American new outlet.
Zanzi said he told his supervisors on the Royal Carribean cruise lines but they did not take his accusations seriously and instead confined him to his cabin. He was later fired.
Retaliation, being fired for reporting workplace abuses, is a common tactic used by employers to stop employee complaints, but this violates federal laws in America. Employers who engage in this activity can be subjected to a lawsuit filed by a sexual harassment attorney.
This is the third sexual harassment allegation Travolta faced this week. The first accuser was proven when wrong when Travolta was able to provide an alibi showing he was not in town when the incident allegedly took place. The second accuser worked at an Atlanta, Georgia area spa. Both of the men have the same sexual harassment lawyer and are seeking $2 million dollars in damages.
Travolta’s camp vehemently denies the allegations.
Sexual harassment makes the workplace hostile, affecting not only the victim, but their co-workers as well. When supervisors fail to put an end to the abuse, the object of abuse can hire a sexual harassment attorney to help them end the misconduct and obtain compensation for emotional distress and lost wages.