Britney Spears may soon find herself on the receiving end of a multimillion dollar lawsuit as she battles allegations that she sexually harassed a former bodyguard.
Ex-law enforcement official Fernando Flores, 29, has abandoned his position as head of the pop tart’s security detail after the mother-of-two allegedly tried to seduce him by parading around naked on numerous occasions. What Britney considers foreplay and seduction, Flores has branded systematic torment; he is reportedly considering filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against the “Gimme More” star.
“She was always giving him the come on and he felt if he didn’t reciprocate he could lose his job. He finally handed in his notice last week and is considering legal action. Working for Britney is tough. She’s a nightmare to deal with and her emotions are totally out of control. She runs round the house naked and yelling at staff,” spills a friend of Flores.
A distraught Flores also confided to pals that Britney routinely beckoned him into her bedroom, despite his attempts to keep their relationship strictly professional.
“Unfortunately for Fernando, she took a liking to him, so he was under more pressure than most. He wanted to be a good security guard and look after her but the situation became unbearable.”
The situation had increasingly become “unbearable” for Flores, but he was finally motivated to quit when he was chided by Britney’s father — conservator Jamie Spears — for allowing the singer to leave the house without a bra.
“It was embarrassing to tell her to put on underwear. Some guys would do it but others were too ashamed…Jamie went mental when he saw the pictures and Fernando was made the fall guy. He was not fired but told he was to blame. He had had enough.”