Britney Rumor RoundupOctober 2, 2007
“Everybody’s talkin’ all this stuff about me”
Rumors like these don’t even shock me anymore. This is just a ploy from hit hungry celebrity gossip blogs & magazines to try and attract more visitors to their malicious sites.
Expect to have a lot of crazy ******** lies spread around when things seem to not be going so good for Britney. Below are a few rumors cleared up by x17online.com:
Did Britney send either her friend or her assistant to pick up drugs last night?
Of course not – her friend Sam merely stopped by another friend’s house to pick up some clothes before heading back to Britney’s.
Has Britney already started submitting to her court-mandated drug tests?
Not just yet – our inside source says she hasn’t started them.
Have photographers seen Britney doing drugs?
Good lord, no – after all, if photographers spotted Britney doing drugs, wouldn’t we have seen some, y’know, photos by now? (Occam’s Razor, y’all!)
Were any photographers arrested last night outside the Peninsula Hotel where Britney was staying?
Absolutely not – there’s simply no truth to that rumor whatsoever.
Does Britney have a *** tape like In Touch Weekly claims?
Does Britney have a valid drivers license?
People.com is reporting that yes, she did get a valid license: “‘She has fulfilled her requirements for a California driver’s license,” said the DMV’s Mike Marando.’ Ms. Spears actually took and passed a written test in April,” Marando says. “She was fingerprinted and photographed yesterday. She will be issued a formal license in the mail soon. According to the DMV, Spears had never been issued a California license, despite having homes in Los Angeles for years. The state requires people to apply for a license within 10 days of residence.”
And my personal favorite: Does Britney think Chris Crocker is a freak?
Yes, according to Us Weekly: “Britney does not think Chris Crocker is funny,” a Spears pal tells Us. “She thinks he’s creepy and that all his videos are an obvious attempt at fame. She finds it insulting and difficult to watch.”
“Why can’t they just let me live?”