2012 was a downright awful year for John Travolta. On May 4, a male massage therapist filed a $2 million assault-and-sexual-battery lawsuit against the "Grease" star, claiming the actor behaved inappropriately and exposed himself to the masseur while receiving a massage. Days later, a second man came forward with similar -- and equally graphic -- allegations. Then in June, a former employee of the Royal Caribbean cruise line accused John of sexual assault, claiming the actor stripped down and pushed against him and then offered him $12,000 to keep quiet about the incident. Meanwhile, "You'll Never Spa in This Town Again," a book recounting John's various alleged sexual exploits with men, began circulating in February. John and his camp vehemently denied all claims against him, and at least one accuser was discredited. To top it all off, his Oliver Stone flick, "Savages," tanked.