Britney Spears will now blame her inhaler for her “false positive” drug test. Originally, the narcolepsy drug, Provigil, was blamed for the positive result. TMZ quickly debunked that myth by confirming that Provigil would not show up on a court-ordered drug test. Now a source says Albuterol, an asthma drug, is the culprit. Ah ha?! Not so fast says TMZ.
But, again, we checked and Albuterol is not an amphetamine, and the class of drug that showed up on the test was an amphetamine.
Well, Britney does look like she’d have an asthma attack going up a wheelchair access ramp. So… sure? I guess? I mean, as long as we’re doing some creative brainstorming, why not say someone spiked her inhaler, which is oddly shaped like a pipe and made out of glass, with meth. But, if they really wanted to stick with that narcolepsy thing, they could have just said she was taking Desoxyn. It would be perfect since Desoxyn is a type of amphetamine that treats narcolepsy, ADD/ADHD and exogenous obesity. All of which Britney is likely to have.