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Britney Spears' Mom: Sam Lutfi drugged Britney

The Britney Spears saga continues, Lynne Spears accuses manager Sam Lutfi of giving her daughter drugs.

Britney Spears' Mom: Sam Lutfi drugged Britney The latest twist in the Britney Spears' drama comes from her mother, Lynne Spears, who claims that friend and manager Sam Lutfi has been drugging her daughter in order to control her. Lynne Spears has filed court documents to have Lutfi removed from Britney's house and in those documents she accuses him of crushing-up prescription pills in her daughter's food in order to keep Britney under his complete control. In the deposition Lynne Spears mention the drugs Seroquel and Risperdal, which are anti-psychotics used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The known side effects of the drugs that Lynne Spears alleges were given to Britney may also help explain some of the singer's recent behavior.

 "Mr. Lutfi drugged Britney, he has cut Britney's home phone lines and removed her cell phone chargers. He yells at her, he claims to control everything - Britney's business manager, her attorneys and the security guards at the gate," Lynne Spears wrote in a court declaration, cited by ABC News. The restraining order, approved Friday and released by the court Tuesday, bars Lutfi from coming within 250 yards of the singer.

 Meanwhile the bookies, realizing that the Britney Spears drama is not going away anytime soon, have posted betting odds on the troubled singer. At the online sportsbook Bodog Sports, you could bet on whether Britney Spears will visit or move to Louisiana by March 31, 2008. The favorite outcome is "yes" with odds -200 and "no" would pay out on +150 line. Also, will Britney Spears publicly announce, in 2008, that she is pregnant with Adnan Ghalib's baby - this time "no" is the likely outcome with odds -200 and "yes" with odds +150.

 Published on 02/06/2008

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