Britney Spears Sexy Tape

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bill-swift - March 12, 2007

So, do you remember when those pictures came out showing Britney Spears stripping and trading bikinis with nightclub dancers? Well, if you don't, those pictures are at the bottom of this post. Anyway, it turns out there is now a revealing photo of Britney Spears' ass, as well as a security video of Britney stripping down, and partying with those dancers. According to The New York Daily News, the photo is being auctioned for around $150,000.

The asking price for the shots - which show Britney playing dress-up with two dancers at New York's nightclub One Feb. 12 - currently hovers at $150,000.

But even more damaging is video footage that may follow - Britney's dancer buddies are telling friends that the club let them go when management discovered a security video of them doing some serious partying with the mother of two.

"The manager said there was a tape of them," said our spy. "Both the girls cried about it when they got fired, but they didn't deny it."

A rep for the club told us the dancers were "absolutely not fired" and that there weren't any cameras in the area behind the coat check where Spears and her new friends went to change into fishnets and bikinis.

But our spy insisted, "Yes there are. There's a camera above the office back there that can see that whole room."

Said another source, "If that thing goes on the Internet, there's going to be big trouble. It might be what they need to take [Spears'] kids away from her."

Way to go Britney! Just when you thought your life couldn't suck anymore, something stupid you did comes back and rears its retarded little head. Gotta give credit where credit's due, though, that girl sure knows how to keep her name in press.

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