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NEW YORK: Britney Spears is said to have settled a lawsuit with a former bodyguard out of court, who accused the singer of repeatedly flashing him.

In the 2010 suit, Fernando Flores claimed that the pop queen would intentionally drop her cigarette lighter when he was around so she could bend over to pick it up and “thereby expose her uncovered genitals,” TMZ.com reported.

According to the gossip site, the X Factor judge completely denies all his allegations but settled because she wanted the case to go away.

The “modest financial settlement” reportedly did not cover Flores’ legal fees, the New York Post reported.

As Spears is under a conservatorship, the alleged settlement will have to be approved by a probate court before the deal goes through.

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