Posted on Wed Jun 9th, 2010 2:00pm PDT By X17 Staff
Fernando Flores reportedly quit his job as Britney Spears' bodyguard after claiming the pop princess pranced around naked in front of him and acted inappropriately, but sources close to the star say Flores knew she was a bit of a diva when he signed up for the job.
A source close to Britney tells X17online:
- "Fernando wasn't even one of Britney's main guys, but he knew exactly what he was getting into. Given Britney's crazy past, this doesn't really come as much of a surprise to anyone -- even the photographers who follow her know she's a clothing-optional kind of gal."
If Flores had done his homework, he'd know Britney has a history of running around in next to nothing -- not only have we snapped numerous shots of Britney baring her bod over the years (whether it's walking around topless or forgetting her panties!), but one of Brit's former bodyguards spoke out about her naked ways nearly three years ago.
In September of 2007 Brit's bodyguard Ton Barretto filed a declaration in the custody battle between Spears and ex-hubby Kevin Federline, and he hired attorney Gloria Allred to represent him after he became concerned about the welfare of Brit's young sons, Jayden James and Sean Preston. Barretto started working for Spears when she got out of rehab in early 2007, but was fired several months later. Among the many statements Baretto made, he claimed Brit frequently walked around her mansion in her birthday suit.
Reports claim Flores is considering filing a multi-million dollar sexual harassment lawsuit against Britney, so it should be interesting to see what happens. When we spotted the two together at the Mondrian Hotel back in April, it didn't look like there was anything unusual going on -- and Britney certainly didn't look like she wanted a piece of him!
But maybe her one person nudist colony wasn't really his cup of tea? If only he had seen our gallery below sooner, he might not be in this situation!
SEE THE GALLERY Britney's Naked Past
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