Britney Spears allegedly lives in “isolation” and “binge”-sleeps for days following the end of her conservatorship.
On Monday, TMZ released “Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom,” which focuses on the singer’s life after she was released from her 13-year conservatorship. However, according to the outlet, she only participates in a handful of activities when she’s not posting on social media.
“Britney lives in virtual isolation. Most of the time, she’s at home by herself,” TMZ’s executive producer Charles Latibeaudiere alleged.
Spears will also reportedly spend her days and nights “driving aimlessly” around her Los Angeles neighborhood.
“Sometimes she’ll drive to a quiet dirt path, park and just kind of meditate,” TMZ’s News Director Brad Appleton claimed.
The outlet also claimed that Spears is a “binge-sleeper,” sometimes sleeping for “three days” and then “won’t sleep at all for the next few.”
This isn’t the first time that fans have heard these claims as last week, the outlet claimed she has been knocking back caffeinated beverages “nonstop” and staying up for days.
However, she shut down those claims immediately, writing via Instagram that she never drinks Red Bull to stay awake because “it is absolutely the worst drink ever.”
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“Anyways, I’m sticking to watermelon juice, which is the weirdest thing ever but I was told for years I can’t have coffee and now that I can it’s my pride … I can’t even look at it !!!” the singer further explained.
Aside from sleeping and driving, Spears allegedly spends the rest of her days at the pool, working out, reading and dancing, which many fans know because of her social media.
Just yesterday, Sam Asghari slammed the release of the documentary in an Instagram Story, calling it “disgusting.”
“How are you going to take the most influential person of her generation, the Princess of Pop, America’s sweetheart, and put her in prison where her father (Jamie Spears) tells her what to do, what water to drink, who to see and use her as a money-making machine?” Asghari said.
The singer’s conservatorship ended on Nov. 12, 2021, after a judge ruled in the pop star’s favor following a lengthy public court battle.