John Travolta asked a room steward, Fabian Zanzi, on a Royal Caribbean cruise line to give him a neck massage in his room, according to the incident report.
Zanzi, the third man to allege sexual misconduct against by the actor this month, did not originally mention any overt sexual overture on Travolta's part.
Zanzi claims he was delivering something to Travolta's room when the star asked for a neck massage. Fabian claimed he obliged ... and it got awkward.
Travolta "then told him he was beautiful and invited him to visit him that night," but Zanzi refused, citing company policy barring fraternizing with guests.
Fabian Zanzi reported the incident and was disciplined for the neck massage, itself a violation of the no-fraternization rule. He was subsequently fired.
Fabian now says the encounter was much more than described in the incident report, claiming John Travolta opened his robe and gave him a big hug.
While offering him $12,000 for sex and silence ... and fully erect.Travolta's attorney Marty Singer says in response to the Royal Caribbean report, "The report now confirms Mr. Zanzi fabricated his story about my client."
"He never stated that my client did anything wrong. Obviously, if he engaged in any inappropriate conduct he would have reported it to his supervisors."
The John Travolta scandal has already taken some surprising turns.
His first accuser was dropped by his attorney after messing up the date of the alleged sexual battery. The second is reportedly trying to settle via mediation.