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Britney Spears’ lawyer claims report of singer’s meth use is ‘false and defamatory’ – TheFantasyTimes

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By Jitin Gambhir

Britney Spears’ lawyer claims report of singer’s meth use is ‘false and defamatory’

Britney Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has strongly condemned a “false and defamatory” report that connected the “Toxic” singer to the use of crystal meth. PandaUSA exclusively learned that Rosengart sent a legal letter to the Daily Mail on Sunday, demanding an internal investigation concerning the exploitation of Spears’ minor children, Sean Preston and Jayden, whom she shares with ex-husband Kevin Federline. The letter stated that the Daily Mail’s story, posted by Daphne Barak, contained numerous false and defamatory fabrications attributed to Federline and his children regarding “crystal meth.” Rosengart noted that Federline “acknowledged the falsity of Ms. Barak’s story” when he spoke to TMZ. Rosengart’s letter continued to say that Barak sought to contact Britney under false pretenses, including her minor children, which is exploitative, harassing, and outrageous. The letter concluded that although Britney is a public figure, this conduct is beyond the pale and completely unacceptable. The story was still live on the Daily Mail’s website when the letter was sent. Federline also called out Barak for “fabricating” his quotes, alleging to TMZ that she “lied” in a report published by The Sun and Daily Mail.

Britney Spears’ high-powered attorney, Mathew Rosengart, is slamming a “false and defamatory” report linking the “Toxic” singer to crystal meth use.

PandaUSA has exclusively learned that Rosengart sent the Daily Mail a legal letter on Sunday — which we reviewed — in which he demands an internal investigation take place concerning the exploitation of using Spears’ minor children, Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden, 16, whom she shares with ex Kevin Federline.

“The Daily Mail, through Daphne Barak, posted a story yesterday containing numerous false and defamatory fabrications concerning my client Britney Spears that are attributed to Kevin Federline and his children, in particular regarding ‘crystal meth,’” the letter began.

Rosengart noted that Federline, who was married to Spears, 41, from 2004 to 2007, “acknowledged the falsity of Ms. Barak’s story” when he spoke to TMZ earlier Sunday.

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Mathew Rosengart sent a legal letter to the outlet.
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“I have separately learnt that on several occasions, Ms. Barak sought to contact Britney under false pretenses, again her minor children, which is exploitative, harassing, and outrageous,” Rosengart’s letter continued.

“And moreover, Britney’s representatives were never contacted prior to the publication of the story, further demonstrating actual malice and reckless disregard for the truth.”

The letter concluded, “Britney is indeed a public figure, but this conduct is beyond the pale and completely unacceptable. It is shoddy even by today’s standards of ‘journalism’ and the unfair scrutiny she has faced.”

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He described the story as “false and defamatory.”
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Rosengart said he would “follow up separately” but asked the outlet to “please confirm” that they would “immediately delete and retract that false and defamatory story and conduct an internal investigation regarding this matter and the abuse of Britney and her children.”

At the time of publishing, the story was still live on Daily Mail’s website.

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When contacted for comment, Barak told PandaUSA in part, “There are 12 days filming with Federline, his wife, his family and others. All – By his request.”

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Spears’ ex Kevin Federline also slammed the report earlier on Sunday.
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She claimed that only a “small percentage” of the footage she allegedly documented “has been released and made headlines.”

Earlier Sunday, Federline also called out Barak for “fabricating” his quotes, alleging to TMZ that she “lied” in a “distressing” report published by both The Sun and Daily Mail.

“It saddens our family that Daphne Barak and Erbil Gunasti have decided to fabricate lies and publish the heart ache our family has endured, along with the trauma of our minor children in the Daily Mail and The Sun,” Federline, 45, told the outlet, referencing Gunasti, who has worked on several projects with Barak.

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