Britney Spears Will Tell Her Side in Memoir Arriving in October

Britney Spears’ long-awaited memoir is expected to chronicle her years in restrictive guardianship, which ultimately came to a dramatic end in a Los Angeles court, published by publisher Galleries. Books will release it on October 24th. announced Tuesday.

Entitled “The Woman in Me,” the book is about the end of guardianship in 2021 and its impact on changing “the course of her life and the lives of countless others.” Discussing, according to the publisher, Simon and Schuster.

Spears on Twitter posted a link to the book’s website “My story. On my terms. At last.”

The singer’s father, James P. Spears, was appointed her guardian in 2008 amid concerns about her mental health, keeping her private life and finances in check for over a decade while she continued to perform. continued to manage.

Two years after news articles and documentaries began to explore the nature of conservatorship, and thousands of fans lobbied for it to end as part of what became known as the #FreeBritney movement, Spears We have publicly denounced this arrangement before.

Ms. Spears has slammed the judge in her case, claiming she was drugged and forced to work against her will, calling the arrangement “abusive” and her treatment “traumatizing.” “It is a target.”

“I just want my life back,” she said.

Five months later, a judge ruled to terminate the guardianship.

Since then, the 41-year-old Spears has shared aspects of her experience in Instagram posts, criticizing her father’s involvement in the arrangement, but has yet to give a formal interview or fully describe herself.she mentioned In a post that was deleted last year, he called the process “healing and healing,” referring to an upcoming book.

Since the legal arrangement ended, Spears has announced her marriage to Sam Asghari, but said she couldn’t do it under guardianship, temporarily returning to the music industry and releasing an album. tracking with Elton John. Spears’ career has been relatively quiet since the high-profile trial. offered Support for Broadway musicals centered around her music.

The publisher described the book on its website as “a brave and amazingly moving tale of freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith and hope.”

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