Britney Spears threatened to “sue out” of her former business management company.
On Wednesday (February 23), the pop star appeared at Tri Star Sports & Entertainment in a deleted Instagram post.
The 40-year-old girl testified that her father and a former protector Jamie Spears “Worship” the founder of the company.
“[Jamie] will do anything they ask with him!!!! ‘ wrote the singer. “I thought they were trying to kill me… to this day believe that’s EXACTLY what they were trying to do.”
Charles Harder, representative of the founder and CEO of Tri Star, said Rolling Stone: “These statements are completely untrue, as well as highly offensive, damaging, and unacceptable.”
Tri Star began managing Spears’ business shortly after she was placed under management in 2008. They continued to work with the singer before stepping down in 2020.
The Independent Tri Star and a representative for Spears have been contacted for comment.
In November 2021, Judge Brenda Penny ended the conservatorship that had governed Spears’ life and finances for nearly 14 years.
Earlier this week, it was reported that this 40-year-old man was due to publish a tell-all book as part of the deal is said to have reached $15m (£11.2m).
The memoir – to be published by Simon & Schuster – will cover the musician’s career and her personal life, Page six was reported on Monday (February 9), citing sources from insiders.
The Independent Contacted Simon & Schuster for more information.
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