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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A former cruise line worker has filed a federal lawsuit in Los Angeles against John Travolta, accusing the “Pulp Fiction” star of embracing him naked after complaining about neck pain.
The lawsuit was filed June 21 by Fabian Zanzi and seeks unspecified damages.
The actor was accused recently in another federal lawsuit of groping two masseurs. The case quickly unraveled after Travolta’s attorney, Martin Singer, discredited one of the anonymous accusers by showing the actor was across the country on the day of one of the alleged incidents.
Singer did not immediately return a call seeking comment Tuesday from The Associated Press, but earlier, he told City News Service that Zanzi’s complaint was “another ludicrous lawsuit with inane claims.”
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