A third accuser has come forward claiming sexual harassment against John Travolta, and unlike the first two, he has no problem being publicly identified. The man’s name is Fabian Zanzi. He’s a cruise worker from Chile, and he says the actor exposed his penis during a 2009 Royal Caribbean voyage and later offered him twelve thousand dollars for gay sex. Zanzi supposedly said no, but when the other allegations came out earlier this week, he decided to step up and tell his story.

Zanzi’s willingness to put himself in front of the camera is a clear difference between him and the earlier accusers but the nature of his story sets him apart as well. Both John Doe 1 and John Doe 2 offered long, detailed descriptions of elongated encounters that slowly spiraled from bizarre-to-creepy-to-inappropriate. Zanzi’s story sounds like an awkward crisis averted with one uncomfortable naked hug thrown in.

According to E! Online, Travolta’s attorney Marty Singer has already addressed the latest allegation, arguing it’s beyond suspicious Zanzi waited more than three years to come forward, seemingly without telling a single person about what he claims happened. I too find it more than a little bit suspicious, but someone behaving differently than the rest of us might have doesn't necessarily guarantee he's lying.

Travolta may be staring down the barrel of three accusations right now, but none of them seem like slam dunks at all. The first accuser has already been forced to change the day his incident supposedly happened after it became clear Travolta was in New York, and this latest accuser has offered up nothing more than a three-year-old story without any hard evidence.

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