We are all familiar with Britney’s much-publicized breakdown in 2008. We saw her shave her head in front of the paps, we saw her all wild-eyed strapped on a gurney being taken into an ambulance.
Sam Lufti has to spend another month away from Britney Spears, after the judge extended the restraining order.
While we don’t know if Britney’s parents have their own, selfish reasons for keeping him away, we have to admit that she’s been behaving much better in the last few months. So has he really been drugging Britney Spears?
Talk about a hostile takeover.
The court has granted Britney Spears’ family
even more control over her property. Her dad and her brother now have the authority to handle her money, employ security, and yes — keep friends like Sam Lufti at bay.
What would Britney have to say about this — assuming her parents grant reporters the right to interview her?
Britney Spears’ parents defends their decision to place a restraining order against Sam Lufti, saying that he had verbally abusing her and drugging her.
This was one reason Britney was in such a “chaotic” state when Lynne Spears found her the night they whisked her to the hospital. She was talking like a very young girl. “Britney picked up a bottle of pills and read part of the label and asked us, ‘What does insomnia mean?’ Sam told her the pills will help her stay awake.” She also kept changing her clothes and her dogs’ clothes “many times.”
Lynne says that Lufti had cut off Britney’s phone lines, confiscated her phone charges, and ground up pills and put it in her food. The medicines Risperdal (and anti psychotic drug) and Seroquel (used for bipolar disorder) had been one reason why Britney had been sleeping so much the last week. “[Lufti] told us that the doctor who is treating her now is trying to get her into a sleep-induced coma so that they could give her drugs to heal her brain.”
Lufti claims he’s the only one who cares about Britney. “I’m the one who spends 24/7 with your daughter. I sleep in cars outside her house so she can’t leave.” He told her parents, “If I weren’t in the house to give Britney her medicine, she would kill herself. If you try to get rid of me, she’ll be dead and I’ll piss on her grave.”
Lynne says that Lufti is hardly a friend, and that he often verbally abuses her. “Sam had told Britney that she was an unfit mother, a piece of trash and a whore, that she cares more about [paparazzo] Adnan [Ghalib], her current boyfriend, than she cares about her kids, and that she does not deserve the kids.”
Courts have granted Britney Spears’ parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears, temporary control over her finances, visitor access, medical records, and even her property (for example, they can change the locks of her mansion, or raid her growing collection of pink wigs). She is still undergoing psychiatric evaluation.
The first thing the couple did was to issue a restraining order against Sam Lufti, Britney’s friend. He says: “I object to this. Britney is fully capable of handling her own finances. Her doctors are capable of handling her health care. You’d think in a time like this, the family would be at the hospital taking care of their daughter, rather than fighting for her money. How sad.”