Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Sam Lutfi Sues Britney and Her Parents

Britney Spears former "manager" (or as I like to call him, career-ruiner) Sam Lutfi has filed a lawsuit against Brit and her parents for libel, defamation, battery (!), intentional infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract. According to the papers, Sam claims Jamie and Lynn "launched a campaign of lies and intimidation designed to destroy Lutfi and drive him out of Britney's life." In the lawsuit, Sam claims he was standing in Britney's kitchen on January 29, 2008 when Jamie stormed into the house. Lutfi alleges Jamie yelled at him, claiming Sam made a rude comment to Lynne the night before. Then, Sam says Jamie "intentionally punched him in the chest" and threatened to kill him if he ever heard Sam make a rude comment about Lynne or any member of the Spears family again. All the claims of libel and defamation spring from Lynne's book, "Through the Storm." Lutfi says since the publication of the book, he "has been subjected to unfathomable amounts of ridicule and public scorn." Lutfi also claims Britney broke a contract with him and owes him unpaid management fees. He claims he had an oral agreement with Spears to be her manager for four years, earning 15% commission. Last Friday, Britney was granted a restraining order against Lutfi and Adnan Ghalib, barring them from having any contact with her, her parents or her kids.
Ugh, first of all, 15% of nothing is nothing. And that's exactly how much Brit would have earned had she kept this douchebag as her manager. Actually, she lost money, so does that mean that he owes her? It should. And forget lawyers and judges and all that. I know who is equipt to handle this situation: the McGyver of PR Larry Rudolph. He would probably just send some shady dudes over to Lutfis, have them hang him upside down over a bridge and make him swear he will never even think about Britney again. That's the way to get this shit done with. And if they "accidentally" dropped him in the process, oh well.


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