Alli Sims is maintaining
great interest in getting her name and pretty face into celebrity news stories as often as possible a positive outlook.
"She does seem happy," Sims said of Britney Spears, her supposed cousin, in an interview with People. "I'm sure obviously she's going through some things, and a lot, right now. That definitely gets to you."
"I'm not saying that everything is fine. Obviously, [Britney] is worried about stuff, like we all are. She's hanging in. I'm not worried. She'll get back. She'll be fine."
Alli Sims, who has been away from L.A. traveling, is moving into the Brentwood neighborhood of the city. She and Britney Spears talk regularly.
"I talked to her today, she's doing good," Sims explains. "I love her to death. She's a sweetheart. ... We have never had a fight. It's so funny, because you're off visiting friends and you're not here, by her side, they're like you're fighting. It's not true."
Adds Sims, "I'll probably see her this week."
Possible cousins Britney Spears and Alli Sims were inseparable for a time.
Last week, Spears' paparazzo-turned-boyfriend Adnan Ghalib gave interviews to Entertainment Tonight and The Insider about his intimate, not at all shady relationship with Spears. Sims has said she does not like Ghalib.
"He's been around, what, three weeks?" Alli Sims said. "I heard about it just from friends who watched it. I don't really see the point of that... I only know him from him following us around for eight months."
Alli Sims did not comment on Sam Lutfi, the creep who seems in control of Britney Spears' life - and with whom Spears apparently had a huge blowout with last night, crying openly on the steps of her estate.
Britney Spears has lost custody of her two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, indefinitely. She maintains brief telephone contact with the boys.