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September 24, 2018

Beyoncé reportedly accused of 'extreme witchcraft' by ex-drummer

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Beyonce's former drummer made a strong claim against her former employer recently, saying that she practices "extreme witchcraft" that has been very effective in terms of running surveillance and controlling her finances. 

The Blast took hold of some strange court documents recently, wherein Kimberly Thompson claims that after working in the singer's band for 7-years, she is sure that her employer was actually a witch. 

In a handwritten complained that she filed to a local court, she claims that for an unknown reason, Beyonce has started a "campaign of harassment" against her, which apparently includes "extreme witchcraft, dark magic, and magic spells of sexual molestation". 

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She also claims that her witchcraft is the reason that she has had some broken relationships, and somehow, it even resulted in the death of her pet kitten. 

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Moreover, she believes that Beyonce is currently controlling her phones and finances despite not working for her anymore. While it all sounds bizarre, she is certain that everything is starting with Knowles-Carter.

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After some thought, her request for a temporary restraining order was denied by a judge, claiming that it was mostly non-sensical rants about Beyonce's alleged witchcraft. 

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This isn't the first time that Carter has been involved in an issue during her "On The Run II" tour, as she was also recently threatened by George Zimerman over Jay-Z's Trayvon Martin documentary. 

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While "Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story" was filming, George Zimmerman allegedly threatened Beyonce and Jay-Z, as Jay currently co-executive produces it. In a series of text messages, he called Beyonce some very nasty things, and promised that she and Jay would find themselves "inside a 13-foot gator". 

Nonetheless, Beyonce and Jay-Z have not been affected by all these issues surrounding them, as they continue to enjoy their sold-out tour that only has a handful of shows left.

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