Spears' bodyguard was 'sex toy'

Britney Spears.
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BRITNEY Spears' former bodyguard says she saw him as a "sex plaything".

Fernando Flores - who has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the 'Circus' singer - claims she was difficult to work for and he once saw her "pleasuring herself".

He said: "Britney was a nightmare to work for. All the security guards lived in fear of her. And she seemed to see me as just a sexy plaything.

"The routine was always the same. She'd call security and tell me to be in her room in 15 minutes and not to be late.

"When I got there she'd be naked. One time I walked in and she seemed to be pleasuring herself on the bed. She was running her hands over her body and had this look on her face like she was possessed.

"I told my superiors about my concerns but they never took me seriously. In the end I had no choice but to quit. "

He also claims Britney - who is countersuing Fernando to prove the allegations are false - would hit out if she didn't get her own way.

He said: "The other security guards told me there were often times when she would hit them or swing at them if she didn't get her way. There were times I was sure she was going to attack me.

"She was definitely under the influence of something, prescription meds, I don't know. But that scared me."

Fernando admits it has been hard for him to find work since he quit, and confesses he has taken a financial hit.

He told The Sun newspaper: "People have labelled me a gold digger. But I have never sued anyone before and this has been very hard on me financially.

"I have struggled to find work since I lost my job. This has never been about money."

Britney to countersue

Britney Spears is reportedly planning to countersue her former bodyguard.

The 'Womanizer' singer has been accused of sexually harassment and abusing her children by Fernando Flores and she is now preparing to launch legal action against her ex-employee over the claims.

Britney is confident she will be able to prove the allegations are false and force Fernando to pay the substantial legal bills she will incur defending herself.

She is being backed in her decision to countersue by ex-husband Kevin Federline - the father of her two sons, Sean Preston, four, and three-year-old Jayden James.

A source told the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper: "Kevin told Britney she should do it and she strongly agreed that winning this case and forcing Flores to pay - big time - may help quash other future nuisance lawsuits against celebrities. Like the ones you often see filed by disgruntled, fired ex-employees - like nannies, housekeepers, drivers and bodyguards."

Kevin has been very supportive of his former spouse since Fernando launched his lawsuit this month insisting his accusations that Britney abused their sons are false.

Kevin's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan said: "He is satisfied the allegations are a product of economic motives. They are as baseless as they seem."

In documents filed at Los Angeles County Superior Court, Fernando - who quit as Britney's bodyguard in June - describes five instances where the 28-year-old singer, exposed herself or made sexual advances towards him.

He also alleges she engaged in sexual intercourse in the same hotel suite as her sons and on one occasion demanded he take off his belt so she could beat her son.

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