Beyonce's 'Witchcraft' Restraining Order Has Been Dropped
Kimberly Thompson failed to report to a scheduled hearing about her allegations on Thursday (Oct. 11).
A restraining order against Beyonce filed by one of her former drummers, which claims "extreme witchcraft" and a string of sexual harassment campaigns, has been dropped.
According to reports, Kimberly Thompson failed to report to a scheduled hearing on Thursday (Oct. 11), and no members of the Everything Is Love's singer's team were present. As a result, the court records cited "lack of prosecution" as part of the proceedings.
In September, Thompson filed a civil restraining order against Bey. She reportedly alleged that The Queen Bey is a practicing member of “extreme witchcraft” and used “magic spells of sexual molestation” to harass her, without a clear explanation of what that means. She also claims that the musician killed her pet kitten, but no "motive" for that particular allegation was clear either. Reports say that Thompson's temporary restraining order was rejected by a Los Angeles Superior Court on Sept. 19.
Neither Thompson nor Beyonce and their teams have commented on the allegations or the restraining order. Thompson worked for Knowles for seven years, and she also played the drums during the first season of the late-night show, Late Night With Seth Meyers.