Britney Demanding Random Drug Tests To “Circus” Tour Crew In Australia



Britney is requiring her "Circus" crew of 225 members, including local production staff, backup dancers and supporting acts be given random drug and alcohol tests during the Australian leg of the tour, according to News.com.au.

Britney has ordered her staff to "obey the terms of a confidential contract outlawing alcohol and drugs."

"Britney's rule is clear - zero tolerance," a well-placed concert industry source said. "No drink. No drugs. If you do not comply, you do not tour with Britney."

You hear that, Jon Boogie? I kid...

Britney implemented these restrictions to maintain her added visitation rights with her two sons during their stay in Australia.

Britney demanded the same during her North American and European legs.

"She will demand the same rules here," the source said. "You are not allowed to drink and, obviously, there are no drugs."

The alcohol ban includes no beer or wine with a meal, "even on days off."

"No alcohol. No drugs. These are terms of being on this tour," stated the confidential contract clause, according to the Sunday Herald Sun.

"Anyone found breaching those terms would have their contract terminated."

The tests involve giving a urine sample to Britney's tour managers. No wonder Brett tagged along!

Said Britney's spokeswoman: "Our focus is the amazing show Britney is bringing to Australia."

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