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She walked naked by the pool: Britney Spears is blacklisted at a luxury hotel in Los Angeles

Britney Spears has been blacklisted from the Four Seasons hotel due to her stunt. Source: Getty, Four Seasons

Singer Britney Spears has been banned from the five-star Four Seasons hotel in Los Angeles due to a recent prank. According to insiders, the artist went topless by the pool and made other guests feel uncomfortable with her strange behavior.

This was reported by The Sun. It is noted that Spears is a big fan of the spa and beauty salons located on the hotel's territory.

She walked naked by the pool: Britney Spears is blacklisted at a luxury hotel in Los Angeles

However, these services will now be unavailable to her. "Britney has been a regular at the Four Seasons in Westlake Village for years, but lately she's been causing staff headaches," an insider told The Sun. The guests complained that the celebrity was walking around half-naked near the pool area and made them feel uncomfortable – her behavior irritated the guests. It turns out that the star had been banned from the hotel before, but the ban was lifted this year.

She walked naked by the pool: Britney Spears is blacklisted at a luxury hotel in Los Angeles

A representative of the celebrity said the story was "untrue". The administration of the Four Seasons did not comment on the situation.

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