Beyoncé’s Former Drummer Accuses Her of ‘Extreme Witchcraft’

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Beyoncé's former drummer, Kimberly Thompson, requested a restraining order against her because she claimed the singer practices "extreme witchcraft," The Blast reported.

In one of the week's more freakish news stories, pop megastar Beyonce is the subject a lawsuit from her former drummer, who has filed for a civil restraining order against the singer accusing her of witchcraft.

She alleged the singer has been using "witchcraft" to tap her phones and control her finances, according to court papers seen by The Blast. Thompson even claims Bey "murdered [her] pet kitten".

Kimberly Thompson, who worked for the pop diva for seven years, claimed that she was under the singer's spell to run surveillance and control her finances.

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There's no explanation as to why Kimberley thinks Beyonce would be doing this, the publication says her restraining order was denied. Instead, the court has scheduled a proper hearing to take place on October 11.

Beyonce is yet to comment on the freaky accusations.

Outside of working for Bey, Thompson also played drums in the Fred Armisen-led house band during the first season of Late Night With Seth Meyers, however, no accusations of witchcraft against him have surfaced yet.

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