Sam Lutfi claims Britney Spears was Adderall addict
“You shouldn’t believe something just because a lawyer wrote it down,” says Kevin Federline’s family lawyer as a tip to the paparazzi.
That said, Sam Lutfi offers his most recent allegations against Britney Spears and her family in pursuit of records he believes will support his case against Jamie, Lynne and Britney Spears.
Lutfi claims, in recent court documents, Britney told him Lynne Spears, Britney’s mom, introduced her daughter to Adderall as a means of weight control when Britney was a teenager and later when Britney revealed a post-pregnancy weight gain at the 2007 VMAs. He says Lynne saw the performance and got Britney hooked to help her lose weight.
Adderall is highly addictive and causes insomnia, agitation and manic behavior, says Lutfi.
Lutfi says he tried to persuade Britney to stop taking Adderall, and he ”tried to find out where she was getting her drugs because he wanted to cut off her supply,” say documents filed April 1.
Lutfi describes and attributes Britney’s abusive use of Adderall (that “no doubt” caused her manic episodes and insomnia) to losing visitation with her children in 2008 and being subjected to two involuntary 5150 holds in 2007
Now Lutfi wants drug tests and child monitor reports from three years ago. He believes they will absolve him of allegations by Lynne in her book, “Through the Storm,” that he was trying to put Britney into a “drug induced coma.” Lynne first made the claims in a 2008 declaration that resulted in a restraining order against Lutfi.
Lufti and his lawyer now argue the tests and reports provide evidence that Lutfi wasn’t trying to put Britney into a “drug induced coma,” or cut her telephone lines and disable her cell phones as Lynne accused.
Lutfi’s lawyer, Joseph Schleimer, filed a motion to compel production of the tests and reports in an ongoing lawsuit against the Spears for libel, defamation, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract. The next scheduled hearing is June 15.