Drama follows Britney Spears everywhere. The troubled pop star provoked media headlines yet again when she was caught up in an incident at a Las Vegas Strip resort involving one of his bodyguards and a paparazzi.
One of the star's bodyguards, named Cesar Julio Camera, was accused of grabbing and punching one photographer and pushing another into a wall at 11:55 a.m. Thursday July 19th at the spa at the Wynn Las Vegas hotel-casino.
According to the explanation given by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Camera was escorting Spears and her children through the Wynn property when two photographers, Andrew Deetz, 24, and Kyle Henderson, 23, ran up behind the group, trying to snap a picture of the singer. One of them bumped into Camera, who was holding Sean Preston.
Spears, who presumably shocked and feared of his son's safety, "screamed". Camera then immediately handed Sean Preston to Spears and "shouldered" Henderson against a wall before then punched Deetz. Las Vegas police were soon thereafter called to the crime scene and cited Camera for misdemeanor battery.
Spears, elsewhere, also filed a report against the second photographer, claiming that Kyle Henderson struck both Camera and, by accident, Sean Preston, as the child was being held by the security guard. The cases are still under investigation.