Britney Spears just can't catch a break.
On Wednesday, a former bodyguard of Spears' filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the 28-year-old pop star, claiming she repeatedly made unwanted sexual advances toward him.
Fernando Flores, who worked for Spears from February to July of 2010, also claims the singer had sex in front of him and summoned him to her bedroom while she was naked.
In papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday and obtained by TMZ.com, Flores describes instances in which Spears allegedly displayed her naked body to him. One time after allegedly exposing herself, the suit claims Britney said, "You know you liked it."
The court documents also claim Spears engaged in explosive fights with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, and brought Flores into the argument as well. Spears and Federline have two children together, Sean Preston, 4, and Jayden James, 3.
"On several occassions, with her children present, [Flores] witnessed Defendant Spears having violent quarrels with her boyfriend, during which Defendant Spears would yell 'F*** you!' 'Get the f*** outta my house etc. at [Flores.]"
One of Flores' allegations is more shocking than the rest. His lawsuit claims that on one occasion Spears allegedly demanded his belt then walked in the house and allegedly twice "savagely hit the small child [Sean Preston]" with the belt.
Though a dollar amount isn't named in the suit, Flores is seeking damages based around the sexual harassment incidents and for "intentional infliction of emotional distress."
Spears' publicist responded to the lawsuit with a statement on the singer's Web site.
"This lawsuit is another unfortunate situation where someone is trying to take advantage of the Spears family and make a name for himself," the statement said. "The Department of Children and Family Services conducted a proper investigation surrounding Mr. Flores' accusations and have closed the case without any further action. Ms. Spears and her attorneys have every expectation that this matter will be dismissed by the courts."
Federline also believes that Flores' claims have no merit.
"He is satisfied that the allegations are a product of economic motives," Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan told The Associated Press. "They are as baseless as they seem."