Oops! Did She Do It Again? (Britney Spears Sexual Harassment Claim)

Bodyguard talking into earpiece

LOS ANGELES – Britney Spears’ ex-bodyguard is suing the pop star for sexual harassment and emotional distress, claiming she subjected him to naked romps and verbal abuse.

The lawsuit, first reported by TMZ.com, comes several months after Fernando Flores quit working for the superstar.

In his Wednesday filing, Flores claims Spears made “repeated unwanted sexual advances” toward him, summoned him to her room “for no other purpose” than to expose her naked body and engaged in sex acts in his presence.

It alleges that during an undated trip to see the movie “Alice in Wonderland,” Spears swore at Flores and berated him in public when he encountered a delay fetching her drink.

Ines Sainz Sports Sexual Harassment, or was she “asking” for it?

Two Corporate Men Staring and Gossiping about their Female Colleague and Sports Sexual Harassment

This article on Hubpages discusses Ines Sainz, a sports reporter and the issues she faced when she was visiting the New York Jets locker room.  It brings up some very interesting topics related to sports sexual harassment.
“Not sure what to think about this story. I searched through my local paper and there was nada. However, on CBS, there was and Ines Sainz, the sexy sport reporter for Mexico’s Azteca TV, the hot tamale was being interviewed about the sexual harassment charges against members of the NY Jet football team that occurred while she was in their locker room.”

“Step back. There is no doubt she is attractive, sexy, and she likes the attention. Marilyn Monroe was no different. Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, and a host of other women then and now like dressing to get attention to fulfill some need. Not only do men look and desire, but so do some women, although it may not be apparent. Heck, my own mom, in her prime, turned a lot of people’s head when she was dressed to kill. She knew it because she told me and my Dad was not happy about it.”

Brett Favre NFL Investigation is About Sexual Harassment


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From the moment the league announced that it was investigating the allegation that former Packers, Jets (now Vikings) quarterback Brett Favre sent voice messages and photos to a former Jets in-house sideline reporter, the reason for the league’s zeal was obvious.

The NFL is concerned about sexual harassment in its league.

An excellent summary of the status of the situation in Tuesday’s SportsBusiness Daily includes the key quote from NFL spokesman Greg Aiello: “It’s a totally different world with the Internet. Information and videos that never once existed are the new reality and the new news. But our issue here is the conduct of our employees and the question of whether this is a case of sexual harassment.”