Sam Lufti restraining order extended

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  • A judge extends Sam Lufti's restraining order

    A federal judge has extended Sam Lufti’s restraining order preventing him from approaching Britney Spears and her family, it as been revealed.

    The order, requested by Britney’s dad Jamie, who is conservator of her £100 million estate, has been extended until 17 March.

    The temporary restraining order, which forbids Lutfi from getting within 250 yards of Spears, her homes and her family’s homes, alleges: ‘Mr. Lutfi has drugged Britney. He has cut Britney’s home phone line and removed her cell phone chargers. He claims to control everything.’

    A hearing will be held on 17 March, when a decision will be made as to whether to extend the restraining order for a longer period of time.

    Meanwhile, MTV has pulled the premiere of Britney’s new Break the Ice music video, which was due to air on Monday.

    On Wednesday, profiled next week’s TRL show schedule, which included the following promo: ‘…and we’re going to snitch a look at Break the Ice, the next music video from a way-under-the-radar performer by the name of Britney Spears.’

    The music network has since removed the blurb from its website and released a statement saying: ‘The video is NOT premiering on Monday.’

    And Britney Spears is not the only one making headlines – ex-hubby Kevin Federline has been cosying up to actress Selma Blair, say US reports.

    In Touch Weekly claims Federline and Selma exchanged numbers backstage at the Marc Jacobs fashion show in NYC on 8 February .

    ‘Selma went up to Kevin first to talk about Britney,’ an insider tells the mag. ‘Kevin didn’t want to talk about Britney, though, so the conversation changed and took on a flirty tone.’

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