Britney Spears can tweet, sing, dance, give interviews, and date former agents…but can she testify in court? Former manager Sam Lufti wants Britney to give a deposition in his defamation suit against her mom, Lynne Spears, but her family is arguing that the 29-year-old mother of two, whose song “Til The World Ends” is currently in the Top 10, is “mentally incapable” of giving testimony. Pointing to Britney’s relatively coherent interviews with Ryan Seacrest and MTV, Lufti is arguing that she should undergo a psychiatric evaluation to prove their claim.
While Lynne Spears wasn’t the only person to say bad things about Lufti—recently rumored to be “stalking” Lindsay Lohan—it does seem like they might be hiding their profitable celebrity daughter cake and selling it too. Can she parade around the world and talk about her “really normal” relationship with Jason Trawick, and not have to explain how Lufti’s role as a “gatekeeper” was that different than the one her parents have taken on now?
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