Britney Spears The Woman In Me 10 revelations from stars tellall book from relationship with Justin Timberlake to the conservatorship
The Woman In Me, by Britney Spears, details the star's early life, rise to fame and subsequent breakdown which led to the conservatorship which controlled her life for 13 years.
Almost two years after the end of her conservatorship, Britney Spears is telling her story in her own words with the release of her memoir The Woman In Me.
Billed as a "brave and astonishingly moving" story about freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith and hope, the much-anticipated book gives an insight into her stage career, her relationship with Justin Timberlake, friendships with stars including Madonna and Paris Hilton, and her breakdown in 2007.
It also features details of the controversial 13-year conservatorship, which eventually ended after Spears, now 41, spoke out in court in a plea to be released.
She dedicates the book to her sons Sean and Jayden Federline, who are now aged 18 and 17 respectively: "For my boys, who are the loves of my life."
Spears describes an often difficult home life growing up in Kentwood, Louisiana, saying her mother Lynne and father Jamie "fought constantly". She talks about his struggles with alcohol, which were also described during later conservatorship hearings. "I was usually scared in my home," she says, and "nothing was ever good enough" for him.....
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