We're just waiting for the day to come that Adnan Ghalib will be relegated to the footnotes in Britney Spears' Wikipedia entry.
But the singer's paparazzo ex-paramour is not going quietly, as his legal troubles stemming from his bizarro relationship with Spears keep mounting.
A process server has filed a lawsuit against Ghalib for the alleged hit-and-run that occurred in February as the former was trying to serve the latter with a restraining order on behalf of Spears' family.
The complaint, filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court by Ram Moskowitz, claims he was intentionlly hit by the 36-year-old Ghalib's car while waiting outside his Burbank apartment.
The process server suffered cuts, abrasions and a fractured wrist in the attack but refused medical treatment when cops arrived.
Moskowitz claims that Ghalib drove at a high rate of speed and zig-zagged across an alley while he was still on perched on the hood of Ghalib's car. The plaintiff says he held onto the hood but eventually was thrown from the Mercedes, crashing onto the pavement and "sustaining myriad physical injuries."
"It was a very frightening, scary incident and he's lucky to be alive," Moskowitz's attorney, David Olson, told E! News Thursday. "He's lucky and Mr. Ghalib is lucky."
Ghalib, who has since been barred from having any contact with Spears for three years, has pleaded not guilty to felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon, battery and hit-and-run. His next court date in the criminal case is scheduled for May 4.
Moskowitz's civil suit seeks unspecified damages for assault, battery, negligence and both intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress. But if Ghalib, a British-raised Afghan citizen, winds up being deported, the process server might very well end up with nada.
Except maybe a footnote in Ghalib's Wikipedia entry.
—Additional reporting by Whitney English and Claudia Rosenbaum