Britney Spears ‘Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit’ Filed By Ex-Bodyguard

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Britney has settled a salacious sexual harassment lawsuit

Britney Spears has allegedly taken steps to end a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by her ex-bodyguard, Fernando Flores.
According to TMZ, Britney, 30, went before a private mediator and the case is now officially closed.
However, since the matter was settled outside of court, terms of the deal will remain confidential.
Flores filed the suit in September 2010, alleging Britney flashed him and invited him into her bedroom when she was naked.
He also claimed she had ‘hygiene issues’ and once borrowed his belt to discipline her two sons.
Britney denied the accusations, claiming Flores was trying to ‘take advantage of the Spears family and make a name of himself,’ her spokesman said at the time.

Ex-bodyguard Fernando Flores made a series of shocking claims

Flores launched the lawsuit last year, alleging that Spears continuously exposed herself and attempted to lure him into bed during his time working for the star from February to July 2010.
He had been seeking $10million for psychological damage he claimed he suffered as a result of the ‘unwanted’ sexual advances he alleges.
In court documents, obtained by star magazine and Radar Online, Flores outlined the reasons for his suit saying: ‘She broke wind or picked her nose unselfconsciously and unapologetically before Plaintiff (Flores) and others and she was constantly and gratuitously loud and profane in her speech.
‘She did not bathe for days on end, did not use deodorant, did not brush her teeth, did not fix her hair, did not wear shoes or socks.’
The documents also revealed his claims that Spears used drugs: ‘Based on his former experience as a police officer, Plaintiff (Flores) is informed and believes and alleged thereon that Defendant Spears was often under the influence of illegal prescription and non-prescription drugs, such as Ritalin, Narcon (Naloxone) and methamphetamines,’ it read.
In a motion filed by her lawyers last year to strike the claims, Spears said the claims: ‘Contain a litany of insults toward Ms. Spears that are clearly designed to prejudice Ms. Spears in the eyes of the public and the Court.’



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