Free Brittany! Britney Spears receives a $15m book deal for her tell-all memoir.
The “Oops! I did it again” singer has landed a $15 million book deal, detailing her highly awaited tell-all memoir. One of the most secretive and surprisingly legally scandalous singers, she underwent a dark past associated with an abusive conservatorship. This is in addition to a father overshadowing her financial forthcoming. Now, she finally receives a breath of air via release from her conservatorship – and has decided it’s time to people tell the truth about her life.
The New York Post reported the deal first.The $15 million deal is equal to 25% of her $60 million net worth, Forbes established in 2021. The news comes just one month after Spears’ sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, released her memoir, “Things I Should Have Said”. Although the book centers around Jamie Lynn Spears, the actress is gaining the attention of Britney fans via her promotion of the book during the singer’s conservatorship.
In 2021, Britney Spears’ documentary, ‘Brittany v Spears’ aired. Within it, are the details of her rise to fame and the hidden insidious secrets behind her conservatorship.
She gained freedom from her prison-like conservatorship hallowed upon by her Father on November 13, 2021. This hold controlled every aspect from her cash flow to her social life for nearly a total of 14 years. This testimony reveals only a slice of what is to come in her tell-all memoir.
“The decision came after she alleged in a shocking public testimony that the conservatorship was abusive, stating that she had been placed on lithium, forced to perform, and denied the ability to remove her birth control.”
A Long-Awaited Release
Britney has suffered an emotionally draining past that forced her into the shadows. Clear from the fact that the singer posted a foreboding image of a typewriter on her Instagram, with the caption, ‘Shall I start from the beginning?’
Revealing the reveal of her memoir is a huge sigh of emotional release. Once upon a time, Britney once said, “I’ll have a good book one day… a good, mysterious book”.
There better be at least one chapter like…. pic.twitter.com/mGFMq5r19v
— Thrill Kill Kitty (@ThrillKillKitty) February 21, 2022
The tell-all memoir is detailed to reveal her toxic conservatorship past, her rise to fame and her troubled past personal life. The deal is being signed with the Australian Publishing company ‘Simon and Schuster’.
Sister Rivalry On Another Level
The darkly twisted reality and mystery behind her family involves extortion of lying, false information about her mental health, and abusive conservatorship. Her sister Jamie Lynn Spears’ memoir is regarded as a total lie. It is titled her ‘Things I Should Have Said,’ and implies she’s the victim, rather than her sister.
Lynn claimed Britney took a knife, locked them in a room and said: “Baby, I’m scared.” Britney of course denies the false claims, that are famously seen as a starving thirst for attention and fame. By shooting back that,
“I’ve never been around you ever with a knife or even would I ever even think to do such…only a scum person would make up such things about someone.”
Spears adds “We are supposed to have each other’s backs. All I know is I love you unconditionally!!! So go ahead and say whatever you want… it’s so tacky for a family to fight publicly like this!!! You say you love me… yet your loyalty is still with the people that hurt me the most!!!”
Her fans and supporters are eager to finally hear Brittany’s truth. Now, she finally gets the opportunity to lose the weight she’s been carrying for 14 years. Years of toxic, twisted, suffocating drama that verbally held her captive.
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