Over the past year, Britney Spears has probably grabbed more headlines than any previous stage in her career.
Given how long she’s been on the A-list, that’s no feat.
Unfortunately, this latest explosion of interest in her private life is a somewhat dubious achievement, and Britney probably isn’t very proud of it.
Rather, it is the result of yet another controversy in a life plagued by tragic scandal.
By now, you’ve almost certainly heard of it Spears Guardianship and her desperate struggle for freedom against her deceitful, opportunistic father.
The battle has been raging for years, but only in the past few months has it started making headlines in the mainstream media.
This is the result of several factors, including a pair of high-profile documentaries and a recording Britney testimonial During the last guardianship hearing.
Several of the revelations that Spears and her team have revealed in recent weeks have sparked deep public anger among people who don’t normally care about tabloids.
The two slanders that seemed to elicit the most sympathy were the allegations that Spears was forced to use an IUD Despite her will, and that she was forced to take lithium and other powerful antipsychotics, which she feels are unnecessary.
Those discoveries were too shocking to believe, but now, the latter has been confirmed by Britney’s ex-bodyguard, an ex-cop named Fernando Flores.
at new interview With British tabloid The Sun, Flores claims to be personally responsible for administering Britney’s pills.
“I was going to explain [to Britney] What was it all — three antipsychotics and a pill,” Flores told the outlet.
“I’ve gone from sane to talking about parallel universes.”
Flores says Jamie has been a constant presence in Britney’s life — he’s been recording her phone calls, watching her coming and going, checking in on her nonstop.
“Jimmy would call three or four times a day to check what was going on,” says the 40-year-old father.
“If she wants something, she should ask his permission.”
As for how Britney got rid of her virtual prison hours, Flores says she spent the time as most people do.
“She’s spent her days watching TV, or working out,” he told The Sun.
“When you get frustrated, she cries while she listens [James Brown’s] It’s the world of men.”
Uncomfortable with his role in the persecution of another human being, Flores quit the job after only eight months.
He says he’s still watching for updates about Spears, and he’s encouraging her in her endless fight for basic human rights.
Millions of others support the embattled singer as well, but unfortunately, the general consensus that Britney deserves her freedom is unlikely to influence the judge in her case.
There are more legal controversies to come, as Jimmy Spears continues to drain Britney’s coffers to pay for his team of lawyers.
The affair could go on for years, and Britney’s guardianship terms will likely remain unchanged during that time.
Fortunately, Britney has already shown her willingness to fight for her freedom for as long as it takes.