Quite a bit of evidence has been released indicating John Travolta was not actually in Beverly Hills when he was to have allegedly sexually assaulted a masseur there, and his accuser explains why: The purported victim cited the wrong date. But the plaintiff says the incident did happen, just earlier. "It was a miscalculation," a source explains to Radar, adding that the lawsuit will not be withdrawn.
The Atlanta hotel where Masseur No. 2 claims Travolta sexually assaulted him has been ordered to save the surveillance video taken during Travolta's stay, Radar adds. A source says the video corroborates elements of the masseur's story. Meanwhile, a third accuser has come forward. Cruise ship worker Fabian Zanzi claims a naked Travolta hugged him, asked for a massage, and offered $12,000 for sex on a Royal Caribbean ship in 2009. (Read more Fabian Zanzi stories.)