Sam Lutfi refutes Lynne Spears' testimony. The manager and pal of Britney Spears speaks to E! News denying the allegations Lynne has signed on her court declaration.
"I'm not worried about what Lynne is saying. It's not true," Lutfi says.
And contrary to what he has said before, Lutfi doesn't seem to bear any grudge against the Spears matriarch for making him look the bad guy. "They're family and their concerns are understandable, but these allegations are not true."
Even before Lynne's court allegations that he drugged Britney has been made public, Lutfi had admitted to Us Weekly that he gave Britney medications, but it was for her own good.
"I said these pills are working wonders - they are miracle pills," he said; although he did not name the pills he gave. This had confirmed one of Lynne's allegations that he gave her daughter "a handful of pills" on the eve of January 30 before just parents arrived.
"In the depressive episodes, it's all crying. But in the manic episode, there's very little crying or sympathy or compassion. She becomes another person. She becomes somebody that just doesn't care about anybody or anything," he explained.
The 33-year-old also revealed Britney's love for him when the ambulance arrived at the singer's home on January 31. They were apparently passing notes. "She wrote me a note and put a big heart on it and it said, 'I love you, Sam. Are there people coming? Circle yes or no.' Oh my God, it was funny, just the cutest little thing. I circled yes and I gave it back to her, and she's like, 'Oh, lord, here we go again.'"
Lutfi, who spoke to E! through phone call, refused to divulge his location. This may be because of the restraining order Britney's parents ordered against him.