Sometimes she runs. Sometimes she hides. Sometimes she gets dragged into court by a grievance that’s five years old…
Britney Spears' former manager Sam Lutfi will be pulling out all the stops to prove that the “Crazy” singer is anything but sane. Lufi’s case against the Spears family moves into court this week and among those called to the stand to testify is former nanny, Lourdes Torres, aka Lulu.
"Lulu is going to be called as a witness by Sam Lutfi's lawyer to testify about what she witnessed when she was a nanny to Britney's two children, in the months after the conservatorship was put in place in 2008," a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com.
According to the report, Lulu plans to testify that Brit was manipulated in her conservatorship and that her observations will “blow the lid off of what was really going on with her.”
Lulu was reportedly so disturbed by the seediness that was going on in the Spears camp that she had to leave her job.
And a non-disclosure agreement that the nanny signed will not protect the Spears family in court.
“Lulu's testimony could have significant impact on the jury because she spent a great deal of time with Britney and her parents after the conservatorship was put in place,” the source added.
As Hollyscoop previously reported, Lutfi is suing the family for battery, infliction of emotional distress, breach of contract and defamation relating to a tell-all book Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Fortune in a Tabloid World written by Britney’s mom Lynn Spears. The book accused Lutfi of drugging “The X Factor” judge.
The trial is expected to last three weeks. In addition to Lulu, Britney and Lutfi himself, Lynne, Jamie and Britney's fiancé, Jason Trawick, are expected to testify.