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Britney Spears Responds to Rumor Boyfriend Assaulted Her

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Britney Spears Reponds to Abuse Rumor: Suing Star Magazine

Britney Spears responded to rumors about her boyfriend’s abuse on Twitter.

After hearing stories that her boyfriend, Jason Trawick, assaulted her, she wrote: “Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars, yawl can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana a**!”

Britney celebrated her 29th birthday on December 2nd, writing:  “OK, off on a romantic weekend with Jason for my birthday. xoxo Brit,” she tweeted.

Britney’s manager, Larry Rudolph also slammed Star magazine for its report that Jason assaulted her, saying that the story is “completely and utterly false. Suffice it to say, Jason Trawick has never laid a hand on Britney.”

“It’s amazing that Star continues to try to defend their story by putting out more and more pieces of a fraudulent recording. Everyone knows it is not her. The more they put out, the more ridiculous they look,” Rudolph said.

“The lawyers are drawing up the legal papers right now; there will 100 percent be a lawsuit. We are suing,” Rudolph said.

It all started on Wednesday when alleged audio conversations between Britney and her one-time husband of 55 hours, Jason Alexander, were posted on online.

A voice reported to be Britney responds to a question about problems with “fiance” Jason, “That f***er is not my fiance.”

The voice reportedly Jason’s, continues: “I thought he proposed to you or something at the beach?” Britney allegedly answers, “Before or after he beat on me?”

Jason swears the tape is legitimate.

“I completely stand behind my story … that is absolutely my ex-wife Britney Spears on that tape,” he told Star.

Jason even had a polygraph test to ensure he was telling the truth!  The lengths Star magazine will go to for the story.

“Alexander passed a polygraph test administered on Nov. 19 in which the examiner determined Alexander showed absolutely no signs of deception,” according to Star.

What do you think is true?

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