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This just in...: Britney Spears says bodyguard is fame-monger; Madonna's daughter starts high school


Britney Spears, 2009. (AP/Matt Sayles)

  • Britney Spears lashed out Thursday at a former bodyguard who sued her for sexual harassment. In a statement pop star called Fernando Flores an opportunist and denied his accusations that she had acted sexually inappropriately in front of him and her two young sons -- and volunteered that social services had investigated and dismissed his claims. Her ex Kevin Federline (who has been admirably quiet lately, hasn't he?) also denied through his attorney that anything creepy went on in her home, the Associated Press reports. (He's the parent with primary custody, but she has lots of visitation.)

  • How fast they grow up! Madonna's daughter Lourdes started her freshman year Wednesday at NYC's public LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts -- yes, the school from "Fame" -- where the 13-year-old designer (no, really -- she has her own fashion line at Macy's) ducked paparazzi who contented themselves by interviewing her camera-ready classmates. "I don't want to be like, 'You're mom's a celebrity,'" one told the New York Daily News. "But if the occasion arises, I'd definitely talk to her."

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    Does it not seem, at least from the proceedings, that Britney is simply harassing these young men (both Flores and her children) because she’s imitating the unfortunate environment she’s herself so long been subjected to? Isn’t this kind of savagery all she really knows? Heck, should we be calling David Lynch right about now and get him to make a remake of ‘Blue Britney?’

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2010/09/britney-spears-charged-with-sexual-harassment/

    Posted by: carouser | September 10, 2010 3:07 AM | Report abuse

    Does it not seem, at least from the proceedings, that Britney is simply harassing these young men (both Flores and her children) because she’s imitating the unfortunate environment she’s herself so long been subjected to? Isn’t this kind of savagery all she really knows? Heck, should we be calling David Lynch right about now and get him to make a remake of ‘Blue Britney?’

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2010/09/britney-spears-charged-with-sexual-harassment/

    Posted by: carouser | September 10, 2010 3:08 AM | Report abuse

    Does it not seem, at least from the proceedings, that Britney is simply harassing these young men (both Flores and her children) because she’s imitating the unfortunate environment she’s herself so long been subjected to? Isn’t this kind of savagery all she really knows? Heck, should we be calling David Lynch right about now and get him to make a remake of ‘Blue Britney?’

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2010/09/britney-spears-charged-with-sexual-harassment/

    Posted by: carouser | September 10, 2010 3:08 AM | Report abuse

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