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Britney Spears Facing Lawsuit For Breaking Dancer's Nose in Rehearsal
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 05.04.2014

Britney Spears is about to get sued by one of the dancers in her "Work Bitch" music video. TMZ reports that Spears is facing a lawsuit from Dawn Noel, who claims that she was part of the rehearsal for the music video on August 19th in Woodland Hills, California and had her nose broken during the proceedings by Spears herself.

Noel claims that she and the other dancers practiced for the video shoot for several hours before Spears showed up in a "disheveled and confused state." She says that Britney has problems doing even basic dance moves and she was positioned next to the pop star. During the rehearsal, Spears allegedly did an unbalanced spin and smacked Noel in the face, breaking her nose.

Noel claims that she was in incredible pain and had to leave after a half-hour. Spears simply said "I'm sorry" and then continued the rehearsal. Noel needed surgery and says that Spears' people promised to cover the bills but then declined after months of waiting. The suit will be filed on Monday.


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