A former bodyguard for pop star Britney Spears let loose a litany of allegations in his $10 million sex-harassment case against the singer, reports the New York Post.
Explaining why he couldn’t find her alleged come-ons appealing, former bodyguard Fernando Flores claimed in papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court that "Spears was generally personally unkempt" and "She had obnoxious personal habits, such as chain-smoking cigarettes. … She broke wind or picked her nose un-self-consciously and unapologetically," the story says.
He alleges that Spears "was often under the influence of illegal prescription and nonprescription drugs, such as Ritalin, Narcon [used to prevent or reverse opiate overdoses] and methamphetamines," the story says.
Spears responded to the allegations by saying Flores is a liar, reports TMZ.com.
Flores, a former police officer, worked for Spears for only a short time, the TMZ report notes.