HR Strange But True!
March 30, 2006

Britney Spears is being sued by three former security guards who claim the pop star did not pay them overtime and caused them to miss meals.

Lonnie D. Jones, Randy Jones, and Silas Dukes are seeking unpaid overtime and penalties for alleged labor law violations.

The New York Post reports that the three were on call to Spears 24 hours day, yet received nothing above their straight salaries, which ran between $2,400 and $3,350 a week.

All three were fired Nov. 30, according to their lawsuit. They also allege that Spears, who some tabloids are speculating is pregnant again, did not give them their final paychecks as required by state labor laws, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Source: New York Post and Los Angeles Times

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