Britney Spears Life is Alarming, Suggests ‘Big Problems’

Britney Spears, the pop icon who dominated the music charts in the late 1990s and early 2000s, has been living a life of freedom since her 13-year conservatorship ended in November 2021. However, freedom comes with a price, and Spears’ post-conservatorship life has been anything but smooth.

A conservatorship is a legal arrangement that gives someone else the authority to manage the personal and financial affairs of a person who is deemed unable to do so themselves. Spears was placed under a conservatorship in 2008 by her father, Jamie Spears, after she suffered a public mental health crisis that involved shaving her head, attacking a paparazzo’s car with an umbrella, and being hospitalized involuntarily.

For more than a decade, Spears had little control over her own life, career, and fortune. She was not allowed to make decisions about her medical care, her relationships, or even her own body. She claimed that she was forced to perform against her will, take medication that made her feel sick, and use an IUD to prevent her from having more children.

Spears fought hard to end the conservatorship and regain her autonomy. She broke her silence in June 2021, when she testified in court about the “abusive” and “traumatizing” conditions of the arrangement. She pleaded with the judge to let her have her life back, saying “I just want my life back. It’s been 13 years and it’s enough.”

After months of legal battles and public outcry from her fans and supporters, Spears finally got her wish. On November 12, 2021, Judge Brenda Penny terminated the conservatorship, declaring that Spears was “entitled to have this burden removed from her shoulders.” Spears celebrated the news on social media, posting a video of herself jumping for joy and thanking her fans for their love and support.

However, life after the conservatorship has not been easy for Spears. According to a recent TV special by TMZ titled “Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom”, which is set to air on May 15, 2023, Spears has been facing “big problems” in her personal and professional life.

The TV special claims that Spears’ marriage to Sam Ashgari, a fitness trainer and actor whom she married in June 2022, is in “deep trouble”. The couple reportedly had a physical altercation that resulted in Ashgari filing for a restraining order against Spears. The special also alleges that Spears’ family tried to stage an intervention to help her cope with her mental health issues, but she refused to cooperate.

The special also reveals that Spears’ behavior has been “alarming” and potentially dangerous to herself and others. TMZ executive producer Charles Latibeaudiere says that they advised people around Spears to “keep knives away from her”, implying that she might harm herself or someone else with a weapon. TV doctor Drew Pinsky says that he is “mortified” by Spears’ situation.

On the other hand, the TV special also offers some hope for Spears’ future. It suggests that Spears still has a chance to revive her career as a singer and performer, as she is “probably still in the top five people” in terms of talent and popularity. The special also shows footage of Spears working on new music in a studio, hinting that she might release new songs soon.

Spears has not commented on the TV special or its claims. However, she has posted several videos on Instagram showing her dancing, singing, painting, and enjoying nature. She has also denied rumors that she is suffering from a mental breakdown or needing an intervention. In February 2023, she posted a video where she said “I didn’t die. I’m here. I’m fine.”

Spears’ post-conservatorship life has been full of challenges and controversies. However, it has also been full of opportunities and possibilities. Whether she will overcome her problems or succumb to them remains to be seen.


  1. NOBODY CARES! She’s not the only one having problems. She’s a washed up celebrity. She’s had her 15 minutes of fame. Now she has to deal with the same nasty crap the rest of us do.
    No sympathy from me.


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