Britney Spears' manager Lou Taylor sues #FreeBritney supporter who bought domain in her name

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Britney Spears' business manager Lou Taylor is suing a #FreeBritney supporter who bought two website domains in her name and began posting 'defamatory' claims about her and her relationship to the troubled pop star.

Taylor filed a complaint last week claiming a man named Bryan Kuchar bought the domains loumtaylor.com and loumtaylor.net to 'mislead internet users' and 'tarnish Taylor's name and mark', according to court documents obtained by DailyMailTV.

Site - Loumtaylor - Com - Source - Gay

The site loumtaylor.com, which has since been taken down, touted itself as 'Your #1 source for the gay demon exorcist'.

The other, loumtaylor.net, which is still active, is branded as 'Your 2nd source for the gay demon exorcist.'

Site - FreeBritney - Top - Page - Articles

The active site with #FreeBritney at the top of the page features articles that appear to paint Taylor as a master manipulator, with headlines that include: 'Lou Taylor mastermind behind Britney Spears conservatorship, then tries again with Lindsay Lohan' and 'The Britney Spears Foundation goes broke, thanks to an organization highly supported by Lou M Taylor'.

Taylor, who is a top entertainment business manager, was implicated in the #FreeBritney movement earlier this year after emails allegedly written by Spears in 2007 described Taylor as a 'stalker'.

Spears - Emails - Manager - Sam - Lutfi

Spears later claimed that the emails were fake and written by her former manager Sam Lutfi.

Taylor is CEO of TriStar Sports and Entertainment Group, managing the business side of the careers of artists Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, and Spears, as well as top athletes, directors and writers.

Suit - Sites - Articles - Taylor - Media

The suit claims that both sites attempt to appear legitimate by reprinting articles about Taylor from known media outlets such as Billboard Magazine and Variety Magazine without permission.

She has, in fact, been in the media for her success in business after landing on The Hollywood Reporter's Top Business Manager list from 2014 to 2018 and Variety Magazine's Business...
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