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    Lady Gaga, wearing an outfit made of meat, poses in the photo room at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California in this September 12, 2010 file photo. Lady Gaga on August 5, 2011 was slapped with a lawsuit claiming her hit song "Judas" on the new album "Born This Way" was copied from a similar tune by a Chicago-based singer and songwriter. Rebecca Francescatti, who filed the suit in U.S. District Court in Illinois on August 3, alleges "Judas" infringes upon the copyright of her song "Juda," which she recorded in 1999.
By Christine Thomasos, Christian Post Reporter
January 4, 2012|11:49 am

A hotel housekeeper in London believes Lady Gaga performed a satanic ritual there last summer.

The staff at the Intercontinental Hotel is speaking up about Gaga’s stay to the Truthquake website. According to the staff, the “Born This Way” singer left a pool full of red liquid in the bathtub of her suite, which resembled blood.

The staff member who cleaned Gaga’s room said the star was “bathing in blood as part of a satanic ritual.” She described the bloody bathtub in detail, including the hotel concierge ignoring the incident.

"Lady Gaga left large amounts of blood in the suite during a stay this summer,” the housekeeper told Truthquake. “The incident was reported to the concierge, who was told to put it out of her mind.”

However, an inside source said the bloody bath may have been nothing more than an extension of the eccentric pop star’s performance.

"All of the hotel's staff are convinced she was bathing in it or, at the very least, using it as part of one of her new costumes or weird stage routines," the source said in The Insider report.

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The singer, who has worn inverted crosses, swallowed a rosary, and compares Jesus Christ to Santa Claus led some to believe that she is in touch with satanic forces before the hotel incident was reported.

Last year a rumor circulated about Gaga’s former stylist, Michael Pooter, going into hiding after he saw a 666 sign in her scalp and she threatened to eat his children if she told anybody. Although the rumor was never confirmed, many believe the celebrity is involved in occult practices, especially because she reportedly has spoken about being surrounded by spirits.

"She believes in paranormal activity and won't take any risks when she is on the road,” a source told The Independent. “It's important to her to be safe from spirits."

Gaga has also been the center of controversy with songs like “Judas,” where she sings about clinging to a demon. The singer’s former creative director, Laurieann Gibson, even spoke about being uncomfortable working with Gaga on the “Judas” video set.

“At one point, there was two completely different views and after the third glass of wine, I was like, 'Listen, I don't want lightning to strike me,’” Gibson said. “I believe in the Gospel and I'm not going there."

Although Gaga’s record sales and tours have proven that she has a strong following, some spectators have become uncomfortable with her attitude towards religion.

"Celebrity of the year can never be Lady Gaga," one person wrote on Twitter. "Not hating but she worships the devil to get her fame. She couldn't wait for the fame and fortune."