K-Fed’s legal team can’t find Britney’s manager
Larry Rudolph says the folks with the subpoenas won’t be able to find him
LOS ANGELES - As Kevin Federline’s defense team plots their next move in the custody battle with Britney Spears, one potential target has disappeared.
In a phone call with “Access Hollywood’s” Billy Bush, Spears’ former longtime manager Larry Rudolph revealed he is a long way from home where the folks serving the subpoenas can’t find him.
“Where are you?” Bush asked.
“On vacation,” Rudolph responded.
“What are you doing?” Bush asked.
“Hiding out from Kevin’s processors,” Rudolph said, drawing a big laugh from both of them.
As it turns out, Rudolph’s friends have informed him that K-Fed’s team had been showing up at his office and on his doorstep, presumably in an attempt to make him the latest target of their subpoena smack down.
When he is finally subpoenaed, Rudolph will join Spears’ former bodyguard Damien Shippen, her former assistant Shannon Funk, her pal Alli Sims and even the pop star’s former rehab facility Promises in the list of those who have already been served.
Rudolph jokingly added that it’s all just a matter of time.
“When I come back, I’m sure they’ll find me,” he joked.