Three Bodyguards Want Back Pay From Britney
Three former security guards claim Britney Spears owes them overtime back pay, according to the Associated Press. A judge ruled that the trio must settle the dispute with the embattled pop princess through arbitration, according to People.
Silas Dukes, Lonnie DeShawn Jones and Randy Jones allege in their lawsuit, filed this March, that two of Spears' companies -- Britney Brands Inc. and Britney Touring Inc. -- hired them to provide security for the 24-year old singer and her home. They were to be paid a salary of $2,400-3,350 a week.