(CelebrityAccess) A former drummer for Beyoncé has filed a lawsuit against her, accusing Queen Bey of using “extreme witchcraft” as a form of harassment.
Kimberly Thompson, who played with Beyoncé in the all-girl Sugar Mama, wants a restraining order because the performer is using her spells to run surveillance and control her finances, according to a court filing obtained by The Blast.
“I worked for her as her drummer for her band for 7 years,” Thompson claims and, for some reason, Bey started using “extreme witchcraft, dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation” against Thompson, tapped her phone and even murdered Thompson’s kitten.
Thompson released several albums on her own label and played with the 8G Band on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” according to The Blast.
DJ Jon Quick of New York’s WBLS said Thompson was a “former artistic partner” and suggested she was struggling with mental illness. Her Twitter account, as noted by Heavy.com, is very woo-woo, with posts about “God, divinity, goddesses and about turning away from evil and unkind people.” Recent YouTube uploads have her reading Psalms and playing acoustic guitar. She also has a “kids series” of music on YouTube.
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Thompson’s request for a temporary restraining order was denied.