Serial cheater? Britney's ex 'snuck around'


Britney Spears' ex David Lucado reportedly had a history of sneaking around. The American songstress broke up with David last month amidst rumours he had been unfaithful. The dalliance was reportedly caught on tape, with Britney's dad Jamie buying the video to keep it away from the public eye. Sources now claim he did the dirty with porn star Cali Lee, with TMZ reporting the two met at a bar near Britney's home.

'Jamie was very suspicious of David's intentions'

"He has a history of sneaking around. He would go out at night a lot without her," a source revealed to People magazine.

"Jamie was very suspicious of David's intentions. Clearly his initial instinct was right. Everyone is upset at David."

While Britney's camp are said to be happy with the split, the blonde star is reportedly still finding the situation tough.

She's already mom to Sean, eight and Jayden, seven, with ex-husband Kevin Federline and it's thought she was ready to have more children with David.

"She was serious about David. She wanted to settle down with him. She thought he was great with her boys and wanted to have another baby with him," the source divulged.

"She trusted David. She can't believe that he was not being loyal."

Despite being upset by the relationship ending, those close to her are adamant Britney won't take the love cheat back.

Luckily the 32-year-old star is busy with work projects, including her Las Vegas residency and a new lingerie line, so is pouring all of her attention into that.

"Being in a relationship was tough for her because she has so much going on. She's been so busy with her show and taking care of her two boys. It's been a lot.

"She's focusing on her show right now," the source added. "She's moving on."

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