Last September, Britney Spears' former bodyguard, Fernando Flores launched a $10 million sexual harassment suit against the pop star -- also citing allegations of child abuse against her two young sons.
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According to Star magazine, a new round of papers filed on Sept 6, by Spears' former employee alleges the singer denied her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, medical treatment after "deliberately and recklessly" feeding them crabmeat -- ignoring their life-threatening allergies to seafood.
Flores claims that when both children began vomiting, Spears "explicitly prevented" him and the boys' nanny from seeking medical care for them, telling the bodyguard, "Mind you own f@!&ing business."
Another bizarre allegation from the bodyguard is that the singer rarely interacted with her children and showed "special favoritism" to her younger son Jayden, when she did. Flores is alleging Spears showed "concomitant neglect and even hostility" towards Sean Preston, reports Star.
When the lawsuit was filed in September 2010, Flores claimed that the pop star had exposed herself to him and alleged that Britney had once borrowed his belt to discipline the children.
Before the lawsuit was even filed the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services had officially dropped its child abuse investigation against Spears. Social workers who went to Spears' home to investigate the validity of Flores claim found there was "absolutely no truth to the accusations."