Britney Spears To Pen Tell-All Book?
Britney has plenty to say about ex-lover Justin Timberlake, 26. “Brit blames most of her problems with drugs and alcohol on the heartache she experienced years before, during her time with Justin; she couldn’t trust him,” says a second insider. “I hear she’s going to say that she believes he constantly lied to her about other girls and that destroyed her self-esteem.
She also felt he became mean toward the end of their [nearly three-year] relationship; she said he called her fat and told her she’d need to lose weight before he would have sex with her. “When Justin learns about this book, he’s going to be pissed.”
Her two husbands, in particular, Kevin Federline, and source says Brit will reveal the terrible truth that she planned to kill herself after it finally sank in that Kevin had used her for his own selfish ends, according to the insider.
“His womanizing, his wild spending, the verbal abuse he hurled at her when he thought their marriage was coming to an end…Brit will say he deliberately tried to drive her crazy. She feels Kevin just pretended to love her for the money and a music career. When that sunk in, she was so heartbroken that she wanted to kill herself.”
The final bombshell, the insider says, will involve Britney’s mother, Lynne, 51. “Britney will call her a stage mom from hell’ and blame her for almost every ill in her life. She’ll say Lynne’s money hungry and that she was just along for the free ride. Britney thinks of her as a meddling, smothering person and blames her for her messy marriages.”
When Britney recently told Lynne and her father, Jamie, 54, about the book, they were both devastated. “Lynne was totally crushed,” says an insider, “and her dad warned her that if she bad-mouthed any of the family, she would regret it for the rest of her life. He knows from experience that sometimes Britney’s honesty isn’t always based in fact.”
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