Britney Spears has brushed off rumours she's staging fake music video auditions to liven up her love life, following allegations she propositioned a male model during a recent casting.
The Toxic hitmaker has been on and off the dating scene since her 2007 divorce from Kevin Federline, and reports suggest her rumoured romance with her agent, Jason Trawick, has recently cooled.
According to the New York Daily News, the star set up a fake casting in Los Angeles to find a new beau - but her hand-picked suitor, 24-year-old model Bekim Trenova, turned her down.
A source says, "When he got there, there was no camera crew. There was just Britney. She was looking sexy. She made it pretty clear that she was less interested in hiring him than in dating him. Bekim found the whole scene very weird. He was polite but not interested. He made some excuse to get out of there."
Trenova has declined to comment. But a spokesperson for Spears claims the story is "completely false," insisting "She (Spears) doesn't know this guy".
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