Britney Spears' Paparazzo Ex Takes Stand in Ex-Manager's Court Case
In a lawsuit filed by her former manager for unpaid fees, Britney Spears ex-boyfriend Adnan Ghalib took the stand on Tuesday (October 30).
The paparazzo and the pop princess dated back in 2008 and he was questioned for details about the relationship in court. When asked how often he was with her while they dated, he replied, "Daily. I was there everyday."
Upon questioning, the 40-year-old denied he ever saw ex-manager Sam Lutfi hide cell phones from the singer or withhold access to her dog, London.
However, on cross-examination, he confirmed that he bought a disposable cell phone at Lufti's request to be smuggled to the "Toxic" singer in 2008 after her father had obtained legal control over her. He also admitted that there was a court order for him to stay away from the singer for three years.
In addition to unpaid fees, Lutfi is suing Jamie Spears for allegedly punching him and Lynne Spears for allegedly defaming him in her 2008 book, Through The Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World.