Loco Lawsuits: Beyoncé, Part 2 – She’s a kitten murderer

In the last installment of this series, Beyoncé faced a 2016 lawsuit accusing her of, among other things, conspiring with the CIA. On September 19, 2018, Kimberly Thompson, a former drummer in Beyoncé’s band, sought a restraining order, alleging the singer was constantly harassing her. But it was far more than what just those facts might lead you to believe. No, this harassment came through “extreme witchcraft.”

At the outset, it should be noted that Thompson is, by all accounts, an excellent drummer who continues to perform and record. The bizarre nature of her claims hints at mental health issues, although Thompson told The Daily Mail that Beyoncé bullied her for six years out of jealousy. She also said she requested the temporary restraining order “to cut the cord” with someone she once loved and “put on a pedestal.”

Thompson’s sworn, handwritten request contained some relatively ordinary harassment allegations, such as anonymous phone calls, tapping her phone, and stalking, as well as stealing intellectual property. But the majority of her claims were strange, to put it mildly. Among other things, she said Beyoncé was guilty of

  • practicing “black magic” and “sexua magic.”
  • “[s]talking me w/black birds.”
  • paying past employers to fire her.
  • controlling her finances and tapping her bank accounts.
  • “[p]utting witchcraft on my past lovers + working relationships.”
  • “[s]howing up as my uber + lyft drivers [and] as workers in common areas like grocery stores.”
  • placing a spell on Thompson’s three-month-old kitten and murdering the kitten three months later.

The request offers no explanation for this alleged activity. Thompson does not appear to have publicly commented on the case other than in The Daily Mail interview. Beyoncé neither responded to the request nor commented publicly on it.

Thompson’s request was denied the same day it was filed, pending an October 11, 2018, hearing. She did not appear at the hearing so the judge assigned to the case dismissed it. But perhaps the judge acted too quickly. After all, it’s well known that Beyoncé is part of the Illuminati.

Being a professional musician doesn’t mean you spend 12 hours a day playing music. It means you spend up to 12 hours a day taking care of business, dealing with litigation, with the various characters who’ve stolen your interests, or fending off hostile lawsuits from former members of the band.

Robert Fripp, The Telegraph, December 8, 2005

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