The #FreeBritney supporter being sued by Britney Spears' business manager is fighting back and demanding a trial by jury.
The pop star's manager Lou Taylor is suing #FreeBritney supporter Bryan Kuchar for allegedly buying two website domains in her name and then posting 'defamatory' claims about her and her relationship to the troubled singer.
But Kuchar, a 30-year-old medical assistant from Atlanta, tells DailyMail.com that the lawsuit against him is 'completely frivolous' and 'clearly nothing more than a bullying tactic.'
Kuchar claims his website was meant to provide nothing more than parody.
'Backing down and failing to fight back would have set a dangerous precedent for Lou to continue to intimidate Britney fans with ridiculous lawsuits anytime her feelings get hurt by satirical posts due to her apparent insecurities,' he adds.
Britney Spears' business manager Lou Taylor (left) is suing a man named Bryan Kuchar (right) for allegedly buying domains in her name to 'tarnish her name and mark'
This is the site loumtaylor.com that Taylor claims Kuchar bought to 'exploit Taylor's fame' for 'commercial gain' and boasted itself as 'Your #1 source for the gay demon exorcist'
This is loumtaylor.net which was created June 29 allegedly by a #FreeBritney supporter and posts 'defamatory' stories about the pop star's business manager
This article on loumtaylor.net claims that Taylor hired a private investigator to take down loumtaylor.com
DailyMail.com first revealed the lawsuit filed by Lou Taylor in July, when she claimed Kuchar bought the domains loumtaylor.com and loumtaylor.net to 'mislead internet users' and 'tarnish Taylor's name and mark'.
Taylor, who is a top entertainment business manager with celebrity clients, was implicated in the #FreeBritney movement in a series of 'fake' emails
The site loumtaylor.com, which has since been taken down, touted itself as 'Your #1 source for the gay demon exorcist'.
The other, loumtaylor.net, which is still active, is branded as 'Your 2nd source for the gay demon exorcist.'
In court documents obtained by DailyMail.com, Kuchar denies being involved in the active site, but did admit to running the loumtaylor.com website.
The active site with #FreeBritney at the top of the page features articles that appear to paint Taylor as a master manipulator, with headlines that include: 'Lou Taylor mastermind behind Britney Spears conservatorship, then tries again with Lindsay Lohan' and 'The Britney Spears Foundation goes broke, thanks to an organization highly supported by Lou M Taylor'.
Taylor, who is a top entertainment business manager, was implicated in the #FreeBritney movement earlier this year after emails allegedly written by Spears in 2007 described Taylor as a 'stalker'.
Spears later claimed that the emails were fake and written by her former manager Sam Lutfi.
Kuchar claims that Taylor hired a private investigator to impersonate Lufti and then contact Kuchar to determine if he had any involvement in the websites.
'She took it too far here, and her legal team executed unethical practices,' he says.
'For the record, I have never even spoken to the man. Lou’s complete disregard for professionalism is embarrassing coming from someone as prominent as she holds herself out to be.'
Kuchar's lawyers filed these court documents fighting back against Taylor's claims. He tells DailyMail.com that the suit 'is completely frivolous' and 'clearly nothing more than a bullying tactic'
Taylor is CEO of TriStar Sports and Entertainment Group, managing the business side of the careers of artists Gwen