Britney Spears' former manager SAM LUTFI is reportedly planning to tell all about the singer's highly-publicised meltdown in a new documentary.
Lutfi is said to be in talks with U.S. TV network UPN - which broadcast Spears' 2005 reality series Britney & Kevin: Chaotic - to make the explosive programme.
Spears' parents, Jamie and Lynne, have publicly blamed Lutfi for the series of emotional breakdowns that lead to the Toxic hitmaker losing custody of her two sons to ex-husband Kevin Federline in 2007.
The 34-year-old, Spears' manager during her 2007 meltdown, filed a defamation lawsuit against Spears and her parents on Wednesday (04Feb09), alleging their claims that he drugged the star were untrue and had caused him "humiliation" and "distress".
Now he is reportedly hoping to seek revenge on the Spears family by telling his side of the story to the world.
A source tells Britain's Daily Star, "Sam has realised that a TV show would get him a large chunk of money and he's get extra money on the back of it in magazines and newspaper interviews.
"This is his opportunity for him to get his lucrative revenge. To be a big earner, this documentary will need to be full of sensational and shocking revelations."
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