With everyone from Britney Spears' possible cousin (Alli Sims), to former assistants / lovers (Shannon Funk, Daimon Shippen) to employees at a rehab center she attended being subpoenaed by Kevin Federline's attorney, it's no wonder that those who know Spears are just waiting their turn.
In fact, her former manager, Larry Rudolph, has revealed that his concern over being served has put him on the run.
In emails to Ryan Seacrest, which the metrosexual discussed on his KIIS FM radio show, Rudolph explained that if he were to get served, it would be bad for Britney.
"[Rudolph is] doing his best to hide from Federline's process server," Seacrest revealed. "He's actually on the run, if you will... he doesn't want to say where he is and he doesn't want to get served because it won't be good for Britney."
Rudolph was Britney Spears' manager until April, when her anger over being "forced" into rehab at Promises Treatment Center led to his firing.
Despite the split, Larry Rudolph told Seacrest that "even after all [he and Spears] have been through, he is loyal and doesn't want to go under oath and talk about things."
Meanwhile, Britney Spears was cleared in an investigation by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which visited the pop star's residence after multiple allegations of her abusing her new, $3,000 Yorkie puppy.
Britney might be a train wreck, but Michael Vick, she isn't.
According to Madeline Bernstein, President of the L.A. branch of the SPCA, the dog was indeed hurt but the minor injuries were an accident and Spears was not present.
"It was a very slight fracture," Berstein said. "The dog didn't need a real cast or surgery. There was just a splint put on the dog."
"As it turns out,Â Britney wasn't there when the dog mishap occurred," she says. "The dog got under someone's foot in the walk-in closet. It's not that unusual for people to step on their dogs by accident or trip over them. Things like this can happen."
Especially if the owner is insane and constantly drunk.