Since she first hit MTV in a sports bra and jogging pants, Britney Spears has been a part of almost every discussion of oversexed women in media. As her star grew and as her clothing shrank, the singer became synonymous with sex. She was dripping with it at every possible turn. But whether it's the wisdom of aging and motherhood or the fact that she's grown tired of pop music's impossible standards, Spears is finally taking a stand.
Britney's Huge Confession
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Jan 21, Fernando Flores, 31, who worked for the star for five months in , said she engaged in threesomes, orgies and lesbian snogs during her wild tours. There was drinking, drugs, steamy sessions in hot tubs, all sorts of things. It was very sexual. Flores is suing the star for sexual harassment, saying she repeatedly stripped in front of him and tried to bed him. He also says he saw the singer engage in inappropriate conduct around her young sons and once borrowed his belt to discipline them. Flores is seeking unspecified damages from the Grammy Award-winner and his former employer, Advanced Security Concepts.
Britney Spears denies sexual harassment
A classic underdog tale, only with players that we already recognize and care for, who are now picking themselves up by their weathered bootstraps and carrying on, humbled and wizened and buoyed by gratitude. As often as this apologue is repeated, I still catch myself questioning its accuracy: Does the culture not prefer to hold people endlessly responsible for past indiscretions? Are we not far more interested in the perpetual wind-up—in the promise of a reinvention that never quite takes? Is there not some lingering, puritanical kink in the national DNA that makes us all believe that we should be suffering eternally for our sins, even as we demand absolution? By most accounts, this arc reached some sort of tragic apex, symbolic or otherwise, when Spears shaved her head and attacked a Ford Explorer with a golf umbrella, in the winter of
Two revelations are available courtesy of W magazine's cover profile of Britney Spears, due on newsstands Friday. First, she's no longer a virgin. And second, she's enlisted P. Diddy and Moby for her upcoming album. Spears' admission to sleeping with ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake isn't all that surprising, except for the fact that after years of prodding she's finally come clean.