A lengthy hearing with lots of publicity.

Later this month, the never good to have him as your manager is headed for a hearing. A lengthy hearing with lots of publicity. He is hoping for some interviews prior to it where he will not be discussing the subject of the hearing, but instead his former client, and long time possible murder suspect. He knows it will get lots of attention and that is what he wants. Perhaps he is looking for a settlement from her.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Later this month, the never good to have him as your manager is headed for a hearing.

A lengthy hearing with lots of publicity.

He is hoping for some interviews prior to it where he will not be discussing the subject of the hearing, but instead his former client, and long time possible murder suspect.

He knows it will get lots of attention and that is what he wants.

Perhaps he is looking for a settlement from her.

Sam Lufti

Courtney Love

Britney Spears

Britney Spears makes Starbucks run after being granted a restraining order against former manager Sam Lutfi

The pop star was accompanied by a bodyguard during her outing

Earlier Wednesday the LA Superior Court granted the Spears a temporary restraining order against her ex manager

The order dictates Lutfi stay at least 200 feet away from her and her family

The judge determined Lutfi was a threat after claims he directed ‘disparaging and threatening comments’ toward the family online and in texts, attorneys say

Lutfi disputed the claims saying he has not contacted Britney since 2009

He also contended messages to her mother Lynne Spears were not serious enough to warrant the TRO

Spears’ former manager also accused her camp of disparaging him by accusing Lutfi of forgery and impersonation – Source

Judge Urges Attorneys in Courtney Love Suit to Resolve Service Issues

A woman alleges she received threatening phone calls and text messages from Courtney Love and her former business manager for not helping them in their efforts to retrieve a guitar.

A judge Wednesday ordered attorneys to try to resolve how a woman can serve Courtney Love with a lawsuit alleging the singer stalked and threatened her for not helping retrieve a guitar that once belonged to Love’s late husband, Kurt Cobain.

The 1959 Martin D-18E guitar was used during Nirvana’s iconic “MTV Unplugged in New York” performance in 1993. Cobain committed suicide the next year.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Randolph Hammock said that if no resolution can be reached regarding the service of plaintiff Jessica Sullivan’s complaint, he wants the lead attorneys in a companion case to appear before the court.

“I want to get reasonable people together to get things moving,” Hammock said.

Sullivan filed her complaint in June 2018. Sullivan alleges she received threatening phone calls and text messages in June and July 2016 from Love and her former business manager, Sam Lutfi, for not helping them in their efforts to retrieve the guitar.

In May 2018, the 54-year-old Love’s former son-in-law, Isaiah Silva — ex-husband of Love’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain — also sued Love. Silva maintains that in June 2016, actor Ross Butler of the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” and Lutfi broke into his West Hollywood home and attempted to kill him in an attempt to get the guitar back.

Silva, who has a child with Sullivan, says he was given the guitar by Frances Cobain. Hammock said he was satisfied that Lutfi, who also is being sued by Sullivan, was personally served with Sullivan’s lawsuit. However, he said he was not satisfied that the best efforts have been made to also serve Love.- Source