"She thought Adnan was her knight in shining armour. He gained her trust by protecting her from photographers and being a friendly face in her darkest periods," The Sun quoted a source, as saying. “But Britney now believes he was making money. She"s deeply upset and feels used," the source added. X17 reveals that Britney showed its snappers a copy of the restraining order when she invited them in to her house for some "fun".
A spokesman said: "Britney said, Come with me, let's have fun. She opened a bottle of champagne and went on the patio to smoke cigarettes. "Britney expressed disappointment and anger toward Adnan for being set-up in photographs that Adnan and his agency have sold." Ghalib has however shot down the claims, insisting that Britney and he are still a couple.
He told celebrity news website TMZ.com: "Everything is, and was, fine." The Los Angeles Sheriff's department says no order was issued.