Britney Spears was given a weekly cocktail of powerful drugs and was supervised daily by her father, Jamie Spears, in the midst of her consortium.
Fernando Flores, who worked as the singer’s bodyguard in 2010, said the sun That every Friday a woman would give him a host of pills. He knew what they were because he would explain to them what they were up to.
“Psychotherapy and the three birth control pills,” she said, when she remembered that she would “understand when talking about the parallel universe.”
The four-year-old father served as the spears’ mind for eight months. He said his father, Jamie, often checked him on a daily basis.
“Jamie called three or four times a day to check what was going on. She had to get permission if she wanted anything,” he revealed.
Flores said Spears was not allowed to go out on his own and accused his phone of being monitored. Visitors to his mansion in Los Angeles would always blink and look for their bags. He said that the singers often watched or worked on television during their days. But when she came down, she cried when she heard James Brown’s “This One Man’s World.”
The former bodyguard’s claims came after Spears asked the court to remove his father as his co-defendant. He talked about how his 13-year-old conservatism had been abused and allowed his father to ruin his life.
“I have come here to get rid of my father and accuse him of abusing conservatism. This conservatism has allowed my father to ruin my life,” he said.
During a court hearing last week, a judge appointed by the judge, Sam Insham, resigned and was allowed to hire his own lawyer. Former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosengart now represents the singer and has vowed to file a petition later to remove his father and end the conservatism.
Spears also told the court in June that his father and other members of his family should be jailed for agreeing to conservatism. He described his situation as “depressing” and “traumatic”.