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Waitress reportedly fired for sexing up Orlando Bloom


A London waitress got the boot after her bosses found her naked in Orlando Bloom‘s hotel room after she spent the night in the throws of passion. Or so we’re told. And I choose to believe.

Viviana Ross, 21, was pouring drinks for the 40-year-old “Pirates of the Caribbean” star — who was in London to promote his new film “Unlocked”— when she hit it off with him.  He’d been staying at the restaurant for a few days and the sexual tension was building between them.

She saw Bloom again outside the luxury Chiltern Firehouse restaurant and hotel when her shift ended — and he invited her back to his five-star suite for a drink, her close friend told the site.

Bloom left early the next morning for an interview, but Ross remained in his bed, where a manager at the hotel later found her, the site reported.

“You work here?” the manager asked, according to Ross’ friend.

She responded, “Yes, why?”

But the manager quickly closed the door, and within an hour, Ross received a text informing her that she was fired for “fraternizing with clients.”

Ross was “hurt” by the dismissal, but did not regret the “night of incredible sex,” her friend said.

“There was real electricity between her and Orlando from the moment they saw each other,” the friend added. “She said she had an amazing time and his body was very good. He was an exceptionally good lover.”

The pair apparently had a gin and tonic together before they started kissing.

“He made the first moves,” the friend added. “He’d been staying at the hotel for five days and the sexual tension had been building up.”

Ross, who moved from Romania to the UK two months ago to pursue a film career, was previously cast in the lead role in an independent action movie called “One Shot Left.”

She never got a phone number for Bloom, who recently split from Katy Perry.

“I don’t work at the Firehouse anymore and I won’t comment on anything that happened there,” Ross told The Sun.

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  • WTF was a “manager” doing entering his room while he was not there? Sounds a little fishy if you ask me