The process server Britney Spears' ex-boyfriend Adnan Ghalib is accused of running down with his car has filed a lawsuit against the photographer.
In the suit, filed on Monday (13Apr09) in Los Angeles County Superior Court, processor Ram Moskowitz claims he was attempting to serve Ghalib with a restraining order on behalf of Spears when the paparazzo allegedly struck him with his car and sent him flying onto its hood.
Ghalib was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, battery and hit and run after the incident in California in February (09), in which Moskowitz claims he suffered suffered cuts, abrasions and a fractured wrist.
Spears - who romanced Ghalib back in 2007 - was recently granted the restraining order against her ex, banning the snapper from going anywhere near her for the next three years. Ghalib, as well as Spears' former manager Sam Lutfi, were ruled to have attempted to undermine the singer's father Jamie Spears' conservatorship of her estate.
Ghalib is scheduled to face the felony charges on 4 May (09).
Moskowitz is seeking unspecified damages in his suit, reports TMZ.com.
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