Jamie Spears testified in court Monday afternoon regarding the restraining orders filed against Sam Lutfi, Adnan Ghalib and Jon Eardley instated on behalf of Jamie Spears for Britney.
Mr. Spears claims Lutfi is a "predator" and "very dangerous," according to his testimony.
"In his testimony, Brit's dad recalled how he discovered how he believes that Sam, who has been forbidden from contacting the pop star for almost a year, was keeping in touch with her," said OKmagazine.com.
"According to Jamie, Britney's nanny discovered the singer talking on a cell phone in her room during the wee hours of the night. Problem is - Brit-Brit is not allowed to have a cell phone. She must use either her father's phone or the house phone."
According to Jamie, Britney's nanny discovered the singer talking on a cell phone in her room during the wee hours of the night. Problem is - Brit-Brit is not allowed to have a cell phone. She must use either her father's phone or the house phone.
So when his daughter was away from the house one day, he had her head of security go through Britney's purse, where he discovered a prepaid Nokia cell phone. He then confronted her with discovery and she explained that someone had given it to her while she was at the Peninsula Hotel. Per Jamie's testimony, the person handed it to Brit and said, "This is from Sam and Adnan. Take the phone."
Perusing the numbers on the phone, Jamie saw several calls to people he believed to be Sam - using the code name "CityGalN310" - and Adnan, who supposedly used the code name "Ruba."
On Jan. 10, Sam, using the CityGalN310 name, allegedly sent several texts to Jamie before ultimately calling him on the phone.
"Sam wanted to know if her could help me in any way," Jamie told the court. "He began to cry and fall apart. His mother and family is very upset because I had given him a bad name."
About the texts, Jamie testified, "They were very disturbing. They felt like a threat... like someone was trying to extort my daughter."
And Brit's dad wasn't done with the harsh talk, as he then described Lutfi as a "predator... He's very dangerous to my daughter, controling. He causes her a lot of anguish and disbelief in her mind and that she's lost without him."
While Adnan was neither present at the hearing, nor did he send legal representation, Sam's lawyer Brian Freedman maintained that his client is not a threat, that there's no evidence at this point that CityGal is indeed Sam or that his client had even called Britney in the first place.
"I absolutely believe that Citygalin310 is Sam Lutfi. Sam is very deceitful and lies." Jamie said. In one of his more explosive statements, Jamie claimed "Sam put drugs in [Britney's] biscuits", often kept her out until 5 a.m., and restricted Britney's contact with her family.
During a break in the hearing, Freedman told OK! that restraining orders were "created for stalkers, but there isn't anything in Jamie's testimony or in the court papers that prove Sam and Britney even had one actual confirmed phone conversation. It's hard to prove 'harrassment' if you can't prove they've even talked once in 11 months."
"[Her career] was pretty well a disaster, nothing was going on, but she was in the tabloids," he says, describing the time period during which Lutfi oversaw Britney's activities. "[Today] weight-wise she's eating properly, she's very stable, making her meetings, and taking care of the babies."