Britney Spears memoir to expose ‘bombshells’ and get sympathy over her family

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Britney Spears’ upcoming memoir is set to offload massive “bombshells” about her life.

The Woman in Me will hit bookshelves on October 24 and insiders are already teasing its juicy details, including the drama that’s surrounded her family.

One Spears insider told Page Six: “You read some of her family history in the book and you think ‘Oh my God, that poor girl.’”

However, Spears, 41, is allegedly on the road to establishing a relationship with her sons, Sean Preston, 18, and Jayden James, 17, who recently moved to Hawaii with their father, Kevin Federline, without saying good-bye to her.

They speak regularly on the phone and Spears has allegedly discussed the book with them.

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The source added that it’s “definitely been intense” for Spears to share her past with fans in this way and open up about it like never before.

“You have to be really patient with somebody telling their story for the first time and not force them. She details her family history, from her grandparents to her parents to why she is the way she is,” said the insider.

In July, Spears told her 42 million Instagram followers: “I worked my ass off for this book, I had a lot of therapy to get this book done, so you guys better like it. And if you don’t like it, that’s fine too.”

The upcoming memoir will also detail every moment of her 2008 breakdown that led to her 13-year conservatorship, with the insider saying: “Every huge sensationalized headline is all in there.

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“There are a few bombshells, and you will have empathy for Britney. It’s Britney telling her story, without handlers, totally unfiltered — the good, the bad and the ugly.”

Spears’ conservatorship was mostly filled with horiffic moments.

In June 2021, she told a Los Angeles judge that she had been drugged, made to work against her will, and prevented from removing her birth control device.

The Toxic singer begged the court to end the conservatorship and her father Jamie Spears’ legal control of her life.

“I’ve been in denial. I’ve been in shock. I am traumatized. I just want my life back,” she said.

It was the first time Spears talked about the horrors of her conservatorship.

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“I shouldn’t be in a conservatorship if I can work. The laws need to change,” Spears said. “I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive. I don’t feel like I can live a full life.”

Spears’ conservatorship ended in November 2021.

In the memoir, Spears is likely to explain that she comes from a family where many of her male relatives have locked up females.

Her uncle John-Mark Spears, her father’s half-brother, said that Spears’ grandfather, June Austin Spears, who died in 2012, was abusive to most of the 10 children he had with his three wives.

“These Spears men are something awful,” John Mark said. “They’ve gotten away with so much, especially to their women, for years.”

It’s safe to say that fans will need a lot of time to truly digest the “bombshells” Spears unleashes in her book.

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