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Britney is a limp rag doll after sex

Steamy diva is adventurous, loves sex and is not in torment only when she is in marathon sex sessions. Read more.

india Updated: Feb 14, 2007, 19:49 IST
Asian News International
Asian News International

Britney Spears’ most recent ex beau, model Isaac Cohen has revealed that the singer is close to breaking point, and that the only time she is not in torment, is when she is indulging in marathon sex sessions.

Cohen, who started dating Britney soon after she split from hubby Kevin Federline following a two-year marriage, revealed that the singer was still ‘not over’ the split when he met her.

"It was clear she was not over her marriage. The first time she invited me to her home I saw her wedding dress hung on the wall in a glass box.

As we made love that night it was like Kevin was in bed beside us. She had not even begun to move on with her life," the News of the World quoted him, as saying.

The model also revealed that Spears was most at peace when she was having sex, but once that was over, she would become the ‘little girl lost’.

"She loves sex and is incredibly adventurous. She was totally happy when we were    locked in each other's arms. But once the sex stopped Britney was like a little girl lost, unable to cope.

"She would lie like a limp rag doll in my arms and and say, ‘Why can't everyone leave me alone?' and, ‘What have I done to deserve this?'" Cohen revealed.

According to Cohen, the mum-of-two is also constantly racked with insecurities where her figure is concerned.

"Like any woman who has had two children she worried about her figure. As far as I was concerned she was gorgeous, but she had such low self esteem she sometimes would not listen.

"She would say, ‘Am I fat? Am I fat?' then spend hours dancing around the house trying to burn off calories. She was always jumping around," he said.

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