Prison Inmate Seeks Spears Restraining Order
A U.S. prison inmate is seeking a restraining order against pop star Britney Spears - after alleging the star held him at gunpoint forcing to him to commit an array of crimes.
Jonathan Lee Riches appeared in a 2006 TV documentary aired on CNN called How To Rob A Bank, and claims - in a handwritten lawsuit - Spears can be seen in the footage forcing him at gunpoint to commit identity theft.
He also alleges Spears forced him to pay for abortions, breast implants, cocaine and alcohol - and insists other footage shows the singer threatening to detonate chemicals worn around Riches' neck, reports TMZ.com.
The inmate also believes the Toxic star is planning to visit him in prison to force him to rob other prisoners in order to pay for another abortion.
Riches is currently serving time for fraud at Federal Correctional Institution in Salters, South Carolina. He has previously filed lawsuits against various celebrities including President George W. Bush, Martha Stewart, and Apple CEO Steve Jobs.