Britney spears dating birkhead lawyer
Dave should just come right out and say that he’s a private investigator for this law firm. Otherwise, since everyone wants a piece of her, people will think our pal Dave’s doing “field research” on hooking up with celebrity MILFs so he can write an exposé (coming to an e-book no one will read near you! Concerned citizens who have loved the Queen of Auto-Tune since the 90s think Britney should be cautious around this guy, especially considering that Dave’s job likely involves doing things the paparazzi could only dream of in their wildest fantasies — stalking prey, taking covert pictures, and tapping phone calls to dig up the necessary dirt on targets. Britney Spears Getting Close to a Normal Guy Named David [TMZ] REGISTER TODAY!
They dated from 1999-2002, going public with their relationship at the 2000 VMA Awards.The exes arrived at offices of Spears' attorney, Laura Wasser. [Instead she got] so big-headed and [was] like, 'Screw you, screw you, I don't need nobody.'" Timbaland says that Britney Spears simply needs to "humble herself and make a phone call and say, 'I'm sorry.'" "She knows what she's sorry about," the mega-producer adds. The meeting fell on son Jayden James' first birthday and five days before they are due to face each other before a family court judge on Monday. "She needs to say, 'I was wrong,' and it'll definitely move forward. That's all she has to say." Justin Timberlake's fellow 'N Sync member (and . Given that she’s been in and out of court so many times, you knew that she’d eventually become romantically entangled with a lawyer. She did it again, and to think, poor Britney was getting away with telling everyone she was dating someone who worked at a law firm, without saying what he actually did.As luck would have it, Brit-Brit was caught by the paparazzi last week while out on a romantic Valentine’s Day date with a mysterious suitor. Because in all honesty, when you say “he works at a law firm,” people just assume that the guy’s a lawyer and not some random back-office dude who does “field research.” Admit it ladies, you once tried to pass off a paralegal as a lawyer by saying he worked at a law firm.