Britney Spears’ Tell-all Book has Reportedly Landed a “Record-Breaking” Deal

Britney Spears is said to have struck a “record-breaking” deal to release a tell-all book about her career and family. Last year, the pop artist was released from a 13-year court-ordered conservatorship and has been vocal on social media about her family’s treatment of her.

According to Variety, Spears and publisher Simon & Schuster have reached an agreement to publish her memoir. The pop star’s personal experiences of “her journey to prominence, her singing career, and her connection with her family” will be included in the book.

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According to Page Six, the deal was secured after a bidding war with numerous other publishers and could be worth up to $15 million (£11 million). Spears hasn’t responded to the reports yet. Spears said last week on 16th February, she had been invited to meet with members of Congress to discuss her conservatorship. On her Instagram feed, the pop artist posted a screenshot of a letter from two members of Congress, Florida’s Charlie Crist and California’s Eric Swalwell.

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In the letter, Crist and Swalwell invited Spears and her counsel to meet with them in Congress to “describe in your own words how you achieved justice”, adding that they “would appreciate learning more about the emotional and financial turmoil you faced within the conservatorship system”.

Meanwhile, a judge ruled last month that Spears should have authority over her money and refused to allow funds from her conservatorship to be set aside to pay her father’s legal bills related to her conservatorship challenges. A second hearing on who should pay for those legal bills is scheduled for March 16, followed by a third hearing on July 27.