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You can’t sue Britney B*tch!

Steaming pile of human poo, Sam Lutfi, had his defamation case against Britney Spears TOSSED OUT OF COURT yesterday. Lufti was claiming that Britney owed him money for being her “manager” during her whole WTF phase a few years ago. Her mom claimed that Lutfi was indeed DRUGGING the pop start to keep control of her.  (Do you remember what he said to Lynne Spears about “pissing” on Britney’s grave??“)

Lutfi, 38, a onetime confidante of the singer, sued Britney for unpaid fees, her dad Jamie Spears for allegedly punching him, and mom Lynne Spears for purportedly defaming him in her 2008 book.

“I really thought long and hard about this,” Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bruguera said before dismissing the case. “It’s the right thing to do.”

Jamie’s attorney Leon Gladstone said following the hearing, “We’re delighted, we feel it’s the right result.”

Jamie Spears, who hugged his legal team, declined to comment.

Lutfi appeared emotionless, then said, “I’m going to appeal” after leaving the courtroom. [People]

Of course this flaming pile of turd-dom wasn’t just looking for money from Brit Brit and her family. It is being circulated that he just wanted to get his name back into the press, drag her name through the mud, embarrass Spears and her family, AND get money... allegedly.  

I commend the judge for doing to RIGHT thing and tossing out the case. That is RARE here in SoCal the land of frivolous law suits.

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Al Pacino to Play Phil Spector for HBO

This could either be great, or a total mess.  Iconic actor Al Pacino has been inked to play convicted murderer and music producer Phil Spector.

Pacino’s agent, John L. Burnham of International Creative Management, told the Times that his client became interested in the project because “He just saw a very interesting character to play, and he likes the sensibility of David [Mamet] and Barry [Levinson].”

Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson has been tapped to serve as executive producer on the still untitled project. [THR]


I would like to know where they’re going to go with this one. Will they play sympatheic to Spector, who was made famous for his 1960s “wall of sound”? Or will they focus more on his unpredictable behavior? I mean, to put it bluntly, Pacino played the DEVIL in The Devil’s Advocate and made him SYMPATHETIC! I don’t know that I want to feel sorry for Phil Spector.

No word yet on who will play Phil Spector’s big poofy hair, though.

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