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Judge Throws Out Case Against Britney Spears

Submitted by on November 2, 2012 – 5:00 am Comments

All Britney Spears fans around the world can breathe a sigh of relief because, as it turns out, the judge didn’t like the claims that Sam Lutfi, the star’s former manager, was making. The judge decided yesterday to throw out the entire case on the basis of lack of substantial evidence and that the allegations were not holding up.

As many who have followed this case, Lutfi filled charges against the Pop Star and her family for defamation of character, breach of contract and assault. He also said that Britney Spears was a drug addict. Of course in the “wonderful” judicial system that America has, Lutfi has the right to appeal. However, with the lack of evidence on Lutfi’s side, it is pretty clear that he won’t get that appeal granted.

Spears and her family are relieved that the judge saw their side of things and realized that the case was broken when it started. Superior Court Judge Suzanne Brugera, as a way of telling the people why she made the decision, said “”I really thought long and hard, so the motions are granted… as to all the defendants and all the causes of action. That is the right thing to do, so I am going to do it.”

It is always a good thing when the celebrities win a case that was clearly only fabricated allegations against them. Fans have comment that granted, the 2008 meltdown that the Pop Princess had was clearly devastating to all her fans, friends and family to watch, but to come out and say that she was a lot worse than she was to try to extort money is plain wrong.

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There are those of course that feel that Lutfi was robbed from only telling the courts everything he witnessed. The decision to throw out the case is a relief to the friends and family to the X Factor judge and it goes to show that not everything goes according to plan if you have an axe to grind with a celebrity. Today the jury will be invited back in to “officially” be notified of the judge’s decision to dismiss.

David Sibert

David is co-owner of Daily Bubble and editor-in-chief. Father and Husband and all around busy guy. He likes long walks on the beach and having fun playing computer games. Also a writer of Daily Bubble.

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