Oops, she did it again.
Former pop princess Britney Spears’ ex-bodyguard is now claiming that he was sexually harassed by the star during his employment.
According to Fernando Flores, Spears constantly “came onto” him and walked around naked in front of him. He is allegedly considering filing a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
While Spears’ people are calling Flores’ claim stupid and are telling him to “man up”, there is in fact, a hint of truth as to the fact about Spears’ parading around naked.
Allegedly, the pop star likes to go around in her birthday suit or barely covered up. In fact, when police were called to help get Britney hospitalized on a 5150 hold, she was only wearing her panties. When the officers managed to subdue her, they tried to cover her up with a sweater but apparently, Spears did not want to be clothed! Spears allegedly screamed, “Don’t cover me up. I’m f*cking hot.”
But contrary to how a lot of people are telling the bodyguard to “man up” or that he’s stupid for complaining, men can also be sexually harassed by female employers. As long as the male employee is subjected to unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature which explicitly or implicitly affects one’s employment, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work, it is considered sexual harassment.
Men can be harassed by female bosses and employers just as easily as women can be harassed by male superiors. Telling a victim to “man-up” is to tolerate sexual harassment and Flores has every right to file a case against Spears if his allegations are true.