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The conservatorship of Britney Spears has muzzled more than its share of characters from Sam Lutfi and Adnan Ghalib. Now, it has turned its attention to the number one Spears fan site on the web www.breatheheavy.com, trying to shut it down for copyright infringement and claims the site is profiting off of Spears. One catch: the site is run by a twenty year-old student (he started it in high school!) who has often lost money from running the site.
“This was my passion, my greatest pride and joy forcibly stripped out of my hands,” Jordan Miller, the site creator, tells RadarOnline.com. “The ultimate goal for the website was to have it as a reference to try and get hired somewhere as a celebrity journalist after I graduate.” Miller is currently a journalism and media studies major at the University of Las Vegas who coaches gymnastics to little kids on the side. He began the site as a sophomore in high school due to his fan appreciation for Spears.