Britney Spears Slams Tabloid Reports About Intervention

Britney Spears Slams Tabloid Reports About Intervention

Britney Spears took to his social media to respond to tabloid reports that surfaced on Thursday, saying his entourage had tried to stage an intervention over concerns about his welfare.

TMZ released a report Thursday morning that Spears’ family and friends had planned an intervention into “serious” issues regarding her “mental health and substance abuse” with the tabloid publication citing a source “in regular contact with Britney” that they quoted as saying, “I’m afraid she will die.”

The article cited “several sources with direct knowledge” reporting that “people around Britney have been alarmed by her erratic and unstable behavior” and that she is “flying out of the handle”. TMZ also claimed that the singer takes “medicine that hypes her up” but does not take “medicine that stabilizes her.” The piece said the singer’s manager had rented a house in Los Angeles, and the plan was to take Spears home earlier this week where she would meet her husband, Sam Asghari, her manager, an interventionist and doctors who would try to help him. The report says Spears’ father, mother and sons, with whom she publicly fought, were not involved in the plan. TMZ also claimed the pop star agreed to meet with a doctor this week and it “went well.”

Shortly after the TMZ report, People, page 6 And E ! On line published similar reports of an intervention, also citing unnamed sources.

Variety previously contacted a representative for Spears on Thursday, who did not respond to comment on the various reports.

Now Spears is taking matters into her own hands, posting on his Instagram to slam the reports.

Alongside an image of a quote that reads, “A state of gratitude will shift you to a higher frequency,” Spears posted a caption reading, “Enough is enough.”

“It sickens my stomach that it’s even legal for people to make up stories that I almost died,” her caption reads. “I mean at some point it’s enough!!! I’m probably going to have to stop posting on Instagram because as much as I love doing it there are obviously a lot of people who don’t mean me well !!!Honestly, I’m not surprised at all…Again, I’m doing the best I can!!!Again, conservatorship has been over for almost a year…No people, it’s not 2007 …it’s 2023 and I’m making my first homemade lasagna at home!!! I finally got my fireplace working in my living room!!! As my husband says best: don’t believe everything you read !!!All that love back home!!!”

Spears was under judicial guardianship for 13 years, which has been terminated in November 2021. Her father, Jamie Spears, was the primary curator, overseeing the finances and essentially every aspect of his adult daughter’s life. He has been accused of financial mismanagement and abusing his role during conservatorship, which he has denied – although the legal battle over legal fees continues.

During recent hearings, questions have become contentious regarding Spears’ personal well-being. In January 2022, her father’s lawyer asked to unseal all records of the term of the conservatorship that Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, called “offensive” and “highly inappropriate.” At the time, Rosengart told the judge, “We don’t think a father who loves his daughter would file a request to unseal her medical records.”

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