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Britney Spears Lands A US$15 Million Tell-All Book Deal

Following the cessation of her 13-year long conservatorship, Britney Spears is set to write a tell-all memoir about her life and family in a U.S. $15 Million book deal with Simon & Schuster.

An unnamed source told Page Six that Spears’ book deal would be “one of the biggest of all times, behind the Obamas”. The former U.S. president and first lady signed a deal worth an estimated US$65m to write multiple books for Penguin Random House in 2017.

Spears’ successfully fought a court-ordered conservatorship, putting an end to the 13-year long conservatorship put in place by her father, Jamie Spears.

In 2021 Spears gave public testimony about the conservatorship for the first time, telling a Los Angeles judge that she had been forced to work by conservators despite begging for breaks.

Spears stated that she had no control over her finances, was denied her wish to marry her boyfriend, and was barred from removing her birth control despite her wish to have a third child.

Rumours surrounding the legitimacy of the conservatorship had been spoken of for years by Britney’s fans which lead to the creation of the #FreeBritney movement.

Spears’ memoir is alleged to have been brought forward following the release of her sister, Jamie-Lynn Spears’ book, Things I Should Have Said, which details her experiences with her sister. 

Britney Spears publicly scathed Jamie-Lynn Spears’ claims within the book on Instagram, stating, “You are scum, Jamie-Lynn” and “I wish you would take a lie detector test, so all these masses of people see you’re lying through your teeth about me.”

Spears’ has since shared on Instagram that she is sitting on a vault of stories about relatives who sat by as she endured the gruelling conditions of a 13-year conservatorship - many of which are set to be detailed in her upcoming book.

Britney teased fans on Instagram with a photo of an old-school typewriter and said, “Shall I start from THE BEGINNING???”.