John Travolta's legal troubles are over

By Briana Luca,
The lawsuit brought against the actor by a cruise attendant has been dropped

John Travolta can sing his troubles away today.

After months spent in court over a legal drama with a Royal Caribbean cruise attendant accusing Travolta of assaulting him, it’s finally over.

Reported by The Hollywood Reporter, a judge denied and rejected Travolta’s arguments denying what happened on the cruise ship, on Friday.

Now, the case has completely turned around and the lawsuit has been dropped from both sides.

The cruise attendant who filed the lawsuit, Fabian Zanzi, accused the actor of forcefully embracing him after Travolta de-robed, while Zanzi gave a neck massage.

It was also said that Travolta tried to bribe Zanzi with $12,000 in order to keep the incident under wraps, according to E! Online.

Both Travolta and Zanzi’s reps were not able to comment on what led to the dismissal of the case.

The lawsuit was brought against Travolta in June 2012 to which the Grease actor’s lawyer said the charges were ludicrous and that Zanzi was looking for 15 minutes of fame.

Now, all the turbulence for Travolta is over and he can rest easy.



Join Our Newsletter

Popular Threads