Shocking Dismissal In John Travolta Gay Sex Lawsuit

Posted on February 5th, 2013 at 4:12 pm
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Days after a judge announced that a cruise ship employee was free to take John Travolta to court in a gay sex scandal, the cruise ship employee, Fabian Zanzi, surprising has dismissed his lawsuit, RumorFix has confirmed.

Zanzi, who worked for Royal Caribbean in 2009, claimed that Travolta offered him $12,000 for gay sex.

Zanzi claimed he was delivering room service to the Grease star when a naked and aroused Travolta hugged the employee.

“Travolta forced his naked person and his erect penis against plaintiff’s person causing plaintiff to experience pain, shock, embarrassment, distress and fear,” the complaint filed in LA federal court alleged.

“My client and our firm are very pleased that Zanzi dismissed his case,”  Travolta’s attorney, Marty Singer, told RumorFix. Singer also tells us that the judge made the ruling in November, but just released it recently — and in that time he noticed that depositions were made in Denmark, Argentina and New Zealand. And Singer said they were going to ask Zanzi to pay legal fees of $75,000, but when he dropped his case, they dropped their motion.

The attorneys for Zanzi also represented Robert Randolph, where the court dismissed the case and ordered him to pay $139,000 in legal fees.

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    • phylius1988

      “Zanzi, who worked for Royal Caribbean in 2009, claimed that Travolta offered him $12,000 for gay sex.”

      Which he refused because…?