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“Naking by the pool”: Britney Spears is banned from a luxury hotel

“Naking by the pool”: Britney Spears is banned from a luxury hotel

Singer Britney Spears has been visiting the Four Seasons for years, but now other guests have complained about her.

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Britney Spears has been banned from entering a luxury hotel. Other guests complained about the musician, saying she acted “weird” and took off her clothes in the pool.

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  • Britney Spears often spends her vacations at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.
  • She is now banned from staying there because other guests complained about the 42-year-old.
  • She gives employees headaches and acts “strange.”

Britney Spears is actually a regular guest at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. Now she has to look for another luxury hotel, as she has been banned from entering the hotel.

As The Sun wrote, it has “caused headaches” for staff, with guests also complaining of “strange behaviour” and “nudity in the pool”.

Spears was banned from hotels last year, but that was only temporarily, and she has now been put back on the Four Seasons' “red list”. A source told The Sun: “Some guests have complained that she has been topless by the pool, which has made them feel uncomfortable, and her behavior is often strange and annoying.”

“She doesn't have access there.”

Staff are said to have talked about it throughout the hotel, saying it was unfortunate, but that “she can't get there at the moment, especially not the spa.”

The singer is a big fan of the luxury hotel's spa and beauty offerings. The Four Seasons has an indoor pool, massages and treatments for guests: “Many high-profile, wealthy clients come and spend thousands of dollars there. You don’t want them to feel uncomfortable,” the insider said.

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