Spears Nudity Traumatic

Fernando Flores, a former Britney Spears bodyguard, filed a complaint for sexual harassment and intentional inflection of emotional distress against the star Sept. 8.

Flores, a former employee of Advanced Security Concepts Corporation, claims to have guarded Spears’ body so closely that he saw it sans clothes, and did not enjoy it.

According to the complaint, Spears made repeated unwanted sexual advances toward Flores, who was once summoned to a room at her house “for no other purpose or reason than to expose her naked or near naked body.” Note: the complaint claims only “the” incident, in which Spears is either naked or near naked. “Shocked and disgusted,” Flores complained to his supervisor, who said, “You know you liked it,” according to the suit.

Unfortunately, the alleged harassment continued unabated. Even though Flores, as part of his duty, played with children Sean Preston and Jayden James to the point where they allegedly said they loved him, Flores perceived the defendant “loudly having sexual relations while her two children were in the suite with her.”

On at least two occasions, Flores claims he entered Spears’ residence and was greeted upon his return “by the sight of Defendant Spears having vigorous sexual relations.”

He also claims Spears fed crabmeat to her kids knowing they had fish allergies, according to the lawsuit obtained by TMZ.

And, once, while Spears and the kids were at the theatre watching “Alice in Wonderland,” he claims he went to fetch her a Slurpee from the lobby. When told the drink wasn’t going to be ready for 15 minutes. Brit-Brit then allegedly sputtered, “I want my fucking drink! God! I’m going to fire your ass!”

Flores walked away “humiliated and traumatized.”

“This lawsuit is another unfortunate situation where someone is trying to take advantage of the Spears family and make a name for himself,” Spears said in a statement. “The Department of Children and Family Services conducted a proper investigation surrounding Mr. Flores’ accusations and have closed the case without further action.”