Britney Spears Faces Alleged Ban from Four Seasons in LA Following Complaints of 'Bizarre Behavior' by Pool

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Pop icon Britney Spears has reportedly been banned from the luxurious Four Seasons in Westlake Village after guests raised concerns about her behavior, including allegedly going topless by the pool.

Sources exclusively shared with The U.S. Sun that the hotel staff has been dealing with the pop star's antics for the past year, prompting them to take the unusual step of temporarily banning her from the premises.

The Five-star family-friendly resort, located just minutes away from Britney's $14 million mansion in Thousand Oaks, had been a longtime favorite for the 42-year-old singer.

Insiders revealed that Britney, who had previously shared revealing photos on Instagram during her stays, is no longer welcome at the hotel.

According to one source, she has been banned, unbanned, and is now banned again.

Guests reportedly complained about her topless appearances by the pool, describing her behavior as bizarre and uncomfortable.

"Britney has been going to the Four Seasons in Westlake Village for years, but she's been causing a headache for staff recently," said an insider. "Some guests have complained about her going topless by the pool and making them feel uncomfortable, and her behavior is often bizarre and annoying."

Despite Britney's A-list celebrity status, the hotel has decided to enforce the ban to maintain a comfortable environment for all guests.

The source emphasized that the Four Seasons caters to high-profile and affluent clientele who may not appreciate feeling awkward during their stays.

While Britney's representative denied the allegations, stating the story was "not true," the Four Seasons in Westlake Village has remained silent on the matter, refusing to provide any comments regarding the reported ban.

The U.S. Sun reached out to both Britney's representatives and the Four Seasons for official statements, but as of now, only Britney's rep has responded.

The hotel, known for its premium accommodations ranging from $500 to over $1,000 per night, boasts a location "at the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains between Malibu’s sunny beaches and Santa Barbara's famous vines."

Despite the controversy, the hotel continues to offer a "relaxed yet refined" atmosphere, catering to guests seeking a family-friendly experience and promoting wellness through its center for health and wellbeing.

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