A waitress who served drinks to actor Orlando Bloom over his five-day stay at a London hotel has been fired after she was found in the actor's bed.
Viviana Ross, 21, was a waitress at the Chiltern Firehouse, a popular London celebrity hotspot that contains both a hotel and bar. According to The Sun, Bloom was a guest at the hotel for several days, and a friend of Ross said that the pair became familiar with one another over the course of the week.
"She said it was like fireworks were going off between them. In the room they had a gin and tonic and then started kissing," the friend said. "He made the first moves. He’d been staying at the hotel for five days and the sexual tension had been building up."
Bloom left early the next morning for an interview while Ross opted to stay in bed. A manager at the hotel found Ross in Bloom's room shortly after and fired her for "fraternizing with clients."
The friend argued that Ross should not have been fired from the hotel because she was not currently working, and therefore the time ought to be considered personal and not controlled. The friend also noted that Ross was well-liked throughout the Chiltern Firehouse and will be missed.
"She didn’t get Orlando’s number so he won’t know what happened to her. I think he’d be angry if he knew she had been sacked," she said.
Conversation between the two reportedly began with simple pleasantries about life in London and Bloom's charity work. Ross recently moved from her home country of Romania to pursue a film career in the U.K.
"Viviana isn’t bothered about his fame, she wasn’t caught up in the hype about him staying at the hotel. She takes everyone at face value," said the friend.
Bloom was previously married to supermodel Miranda Kerr, whom he met in 2007 and married in 2010. They share a son, Flynn, and were divorced in 2013, according to the Daily Mail.
Bloom also had publicly-romantic escapades with actress and model Kate Bosworth in the early 2000s, as well as a recent fling with pop star Katy Perry. Bloom had split from Perry shortly before his encounter with Ross at the Chiltern. He was in London to promote his new film, "Unlocked."
"I don’t work at the Firehouse anymore and I won’t comment on anything that happened there," Ross told The Sun May 21.