In Los Angeles, California, a judge decided to throw out Britney Spears’ lawsuit against against the celebrity magazine, US Weekly. The popstar was trying to sue the magazine based on the issue they printed last year stating that she and her husband Kevin Federline had made a home sex tape and were worried about its release into the public, as so many other celebrities’ videos have. She says she is worried the article will defame her in some way. The judge’s argument against this was that she had already portrayed herself in a sexual way to the public in her performances, in published photographs, and in a reality show. Britney Spears’ lawyer, Martin Singer, has refused to make any comments regarding the issue of the lawsuit. Anyone interested in reading the article can find it published in the October 17, 2005 issue of US Weekly magazine in the “Hot Stuff” column under the headline, “Brit & Kev: Secret Sex Tape? New parents have a new worry: racy footage from 2004.” It claimed that the new parents feared the release of their sex tape, which they had viewed with their estate planning lawyers. The article claimed the couple had given a copy of the tape to the lawyers on September 30 and she and Kevin were “acting goofy the whole time” while watching it.

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