John Travolta Can't Take Cruise Ship Employee Dispute To Arbitration

A federal judge ruled against John Travolta's attorney's requests that his legal battle with a cruise ship employee be settled by arbitration.

The actor was sued by Fabian Zanzi, a cruise ship employee, last summer who claimed that Travolta exposed himself to the employee in his stateroom, and forcibly embraced the employee after requesting a neck message, according to TMZ.

Travolta's attorney's attempted to have the matter handled via arbitration, citing the cruise liner ticket which included an agreement to settle all disputes between passengers and Royal Caribbean in arbitration.

The judge reportedly ruled that there is no evidence Zanzi is bound by the arbitration agreement between Travolta and Royal Caribbean and the matter will head to trial unless the parties settle the dispute out of court, according to the report.

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