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Beyoncé’s female ex-drummer ‘accuses singer of extreme witchcraft, tapping her phone and murdering her kitten’

Kimberly Thompson, Beyonce’s former drummer

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BEYONCÉ’S female ex-drummer has reportedly accused the singer of extreme witchcraft, tapping her phone and even murdering her kitten.

According to The Sun, Kimberly Thompson, who worked for the singer for seven years, made the bizarre claims as she demanded a restraining order, according to court documents obtained by website The Blast.

According to the lawsuit, Thompson claims Beyonce started a campaign of harassment against her, using “dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation”.


Beyonce's Instagram account featured images from her Vogue photo shoot. Picture: Tyler Mitchell/Vogue/InstagramSource:Instagram

She also claimed the Crazy In Love hit maker had tapped her phones and controlled her finances, according to the report published on Thursday.

Among the bizarre allegations, Thompson even said that the 37-year-old star had killed her pet kitten.

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Kimberly Thompson, Beyonce’s former drummer, alleges the star has been harassing her using “witchcraft”. Picture: Facebook/Kimberly ThompsonSource:Supplied

A judge denied Thompson’s request for a restraining order.

Neither Beyoncé’s rep nor Thompson immediately returned our requests for comment.

Meanwhile, the Lemonade performer was back in her hometown of Houston, Texas, as she continued her On The Run II Tour with husband Jay-Z.

In a montage of pictures posted on Instagram, she said: “Thank you to my hometown for being the loudest crowd so far.”


Beyonce performs during the "On the Run II" Tour with Jay-Z on June 9, 2018 in Glasgow. Her ex-drummer has accused her of witchcraft. Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images For Parkwood EntertainmentSource:Getty Images

The world tour kicked off in Cardiff, UK back in June and is nearing its end with just seven more concerts to go.

The last performance will be in Seattle, Washington, on October 4.


Source: The Sun

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