Britney Spears’ pal Sam Lufti is a winner

Britney Spears is never seen without Sam Lufti by her side. He’s almost like one of her children. You know, if she had the maternal instincts to care for one. Anyway, friends of Britney have been concerned about Sam’s influence over her because he seems sort of shady. Well, not only is he a hustler, Sam has been known to use aliases such as Osama N. Lutti and Osamah N. Lutfi. He also has two restraining orders against him. Us Weekly reports:

On his 2005 restraining order:
Jumana Issa, a business acquaintance, claims Lutfi “harassed me repeatedly with obscene e-mails, offensive faxes, telephone voice mails (around 1 a.m. to 3 a.m.), out-of-control behavior and outrageous telephone hang-ups (around 15 to 30 a day).” In one fax, Lutfi scolded: “Peel yourself away from all the candy … and overhangin [sic] belly … and answer my e-mails.”

On his 2004 restraining order:
His former neighbor, Douglas Snoland, filed a similar complaint in 2004, alleging that Lutfi tried to kick down his front door when he suspected Snoland of having his car towed. Snoland also accused Lutfi of wanting to kill his 73-year-old disabled mother. In the complaint, Snoland accused Lutfi of saying: “I will beat your ass … Your mother is a f—–g old hag. You are a f—-t. You will regret the day you ever met me.”

On his alleged career as a producer:
He is listed as a producer of the 1998 B-movie Bug Buster on The movie’s actual producer and director, Lorenzo Doumani, says Lutfi was his $350-a-week assistant. “He was a hustler type, a fast-talking kid,” recalls Doumani.

And all this time I thought Britney’s rampant spending and alcohol abuse would lead to her financial ruin and potential death. Turns out her choice in friends will be the culprit. Wow, what a unique yet totally predictable twist. They should make a Lifetime movie out of this, so when my wife tries to make me watch it, I have legal grounds for divorce.