Fabian Zanzi, the cruise ship employee who claims John Travolta exposed himself to him during a massage in 2009, is suing the actor for assault.
Zanzi is suing for unspecified damages, TMZ reports.
Travolta, who was a passenger on the ship, ordered food and asked that Fabian Zanzi personally deliver it to his Royal Caribbean room, the accuser says.
When Zanzi came in, Travolta allegedly asked for a neck massage, then when Zanzi asked for his neck, John exposed his erect penis instead.
He then forcefully embraced him, Fabian said. Zanzi resisted.
Fabian, who did not initially claim sexual assault, claims that Travolta offered him $12,000 to not say anything, and that the cruise ship management "refused to allow him to write out any details regarding nudity or sexual contact" with the star.
Two masseurs also came forward with lawsuits this spring, claiming the Hollywood legend assaulted them sexually; both suits have since been dropped. Robert Randolph and Doug Gotterba have separately alleged gay trysts with Travolta.
Travolta's attorney just released a statement regarding Zanzi's lawsuit, claiming, "This is another ludicrous lawsuit with inane claims."