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Britney Spears Slams Star Report: "Kiss My Ass!"

December 6, 2010 7:44 PM ET
Britney Spears Slams Star Report: "Kiss My Ass!"
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Britney Spears wants to make one thing clear: Jason Trawick never laid a hand on her.

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"Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars, yawl can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana ass!" the singer, 29, tweeted Thursday.

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The biting statement comes on the heels of a Star report that alleges Spears reached out to ex Jason Alexander after Trawick, 38, allegedly "beat her."

The singer's reps strongly deny the tabloid's claims, telling UsMagazine.com that the abuse allegations are "laughable" and "utterly false."

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"It's amazing that Star continues to try to defend their story by putting out more and more pieces of a fraudulent recording. Everyone knows it is not her," Spears' manager Larry Rudolph tells Us. "The more they put out, the more ridiculous they look. The lawyers are drawing up the legal papers right now; there will 100 percent be a lawsuit. We are suing."

This story originally appeared on UsMagazine.com

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