Just because she’s a public figure doesn’t mean the public gets to examine Britney Spears‘ medical history.
That’s according to a Los Angeles judge, who has denied a request from a company called Brand Sense to gain access to the popster’s medical information in an effort to collect evidence for a lawsuit it’s bringing against Spears over a perfume deal.
Something stinks here.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Reva Goetz ruled that Brand Sense lacked standing to bring the request, not to mention the records were protected by privacy statutes.
Brand Sense sued the Oops! girl in March for $10 million, claiming her camp went behind its back and got the company out of a 35 percent cut of the royalties from Britney’s Elizabeth Arden fragrance deal.