Kimberly Thompson, a former drummer for Beyoncé, has had her request for a restraining order against Beyoncé dismissed, The Blast reports and court records seen by Pitchfork affirm. As per The Blast, Thompson neglected to answer to a planned hearing yesterday (October 11). Moreover, no one from Beyoncé’s group allegedly went to the consultation. Court records refer to an “lack of prosecution” as apart of the October 11 proceedings.
In her civil harassment order filing on September 19, Thompson reportedly accused Beyoncé of doing “extreme witchcraft” and “magic spells of sexual molestation” against her. Thompson additionally blamed Beyoncé for killing her pet little cat.
“This has been a complete nightmare. I’ve been absolutely, brutally abused by her trying to control everything I’m doing,” Thompson told DailyMailTV recently. She claimed the kitten had begun acting strangely before its death. “Every time I came home from work to rest, I was just being abused to the point where I’m still healing from a scratch on my rib cage,” Thompson said. “It drew blood, it was awful. It was so manic and gnarly that I ended up calling two psychics. I got the word from the first psychic and I didn’t want to believe it.”
In an email to Pitchfork, Thompson affirmed the exactness of the records distributed by The Blast on September 20. “All accusations…. I survived are real,” she wrote.
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