In a surprise show of solidarity, Britney Spears ex-husband Kevin Federline has defended the singer over the allegations of child abuse made by the singer's former bodyguard.
Federline, who is the father of four-year-old Sean Preston and three-year-old Jayden James, has also branded the lawsuit filed by ex-bodyguard Fernando Flores as 'baseless'.
He is standing by the singer as she hits out at 'opportunist' Flores.
"This lawsuit is another unfortunate situation where someone is trying to take advantage of the Spears family and make a name for himself," the Daily Mail quoted Britney as saying.
Britney ended her post saying, "Ms. Spears and her attorneys have every expectation that this matter will be dismissed by the courts."
Tellingly, Britney did not make any response to the sexual harassment accusations made by Flores.
And Flores is convinced he is the victim of double standards, as he is a man accusing a woman of sexual harassment.
He told Radaronline that he missed Sean Preston and Jayden James and hoped they didn't hear about the suit for their own sakes.
But Flores has been branded a 'disgruntled' and 'opportunistic' former employee by sources close to the star, with another insider telling TMZ: 'The allegations made by Fernando Flores are absurd.'
Children Services are believed to have investigated - as they are required to do under Californian law - and determined the claim had no merit.