Britney Spears’ Ex Manager Makes Drug Claims
Britney Spears’ ex-manager Sam Lufti has made shocking claims that he found crystal-meth at Britney’s home it can be revealed.
The self-proclaimed manager has made many scandalous claims in the past about Britney and was the man in charge of the pop princess when she had her public melt-down.
According to TMZ, Lufti allegedly accused Britney of possessing the dangerous drug crystal methane in 2006 in unseen documents.
Britney is already in a complex legal battle with her former manager, and now Lufti is pushing for the comeback star to be declared mentally fit to take to the court stands, with regards to his new drug claims.
Lufti outlined in the document how police raided the stars home and discovered a hoard of the illegal drug. He goes on to claim how the drug was in close proximity to the singers two young sons, who were 3 and 1 at the time, with traces found in the carpet they played on. Lufti added that he later removed the carpet and fitted new flooring.
It is thought that Lufti has aired these new claims in an attempt to help his legal case against the wealthy star’s parents and younger sister Jamie-Lynne. He is currently suing them for defamation of character, arguing they made incorrect statements about him drugging Britney and cutting her phone wires.
It is no secret that Britney went through a tough mental time several years ago, however after her father being granted conservatorship of her fortunes, and the families close care to eliminate Lufti out of her life, Britney has made great progress returning to her former self.
Lufti now argues that Britney’s role as a judge on The X Factor USA is proof that she is in a stable mental state and is fit to testify against him. Those close to her however, feel that although she is back on track, Britney is still vulnerable and on mental health medication, fearing appearing in court still is too much for her. Britney’s lawyer has therefore insisted she is not competent to testify, and highlighted that court permission was required for her to star on The X Factor.
Article By Victoria Beckett