Britney Spears latest: Boyfriend Sam Asghari helping star 'detox mentally and spiritually' after conservatorship hearing

BRITNEY Spears' boyfriend Sam Asghari is reportedly helping the star to "detox mentally and spiritually" after her explosive conservatorship hearing last week.

The 27-year-old fitness expert flew to Hawaii with Britney, 39, and her security team after her emotional hearing appearance in which she spoke about how the conservatorship negatively affects her life.

A source told US Weekly that the Iranian model is treating the popstar "like a princess" and making sure Britney knows he “loves her unconditionally."

“Sam made sure his schedule was clear the week after the hearing to be there for her 100 percent and support her,” the insider said.

“She’s been super emotional so he’s making sure she’s loved and treating her like a princess."

Read our Britney Spears live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    SISTER'S CO-STARS OFFER SUPPORT

    Britney Spears got support from sister Jamie Lynn’s Zoey 101 costars Paul Butcher and Alexa Nikolas as conservatorship fury rages on. 

    Actors from the hit Nickelodeon series – which Jamie Lynn starred in – have spoken out to support the Toxic singer. 

    Paul Butcher, 27, – who played Jamie Lynn’s little brother, Dustin, in the series – shared an emotional post on Instagram begging for Britney to be able to “live the life SHE wants to live.”

    Paul also shared a selfie which he flashed the peace sign and wrote “#FreeBritney” once again.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    BRITNEY'S EX COMES FORWARD

    An ex-boyfriend of Britney Spears has supported claims she tried to end her conservatorship years ago.

    “She asked [her lawyer, Sam] four or five times a week to end the conservatorship and they would always give her some sort of BS," the unnamed insider told the New York Post.

    “Ingham used the word ‘formally.’ What does that even mean when someone calls you four times a week [asking], ‘How do I end this?’ 

    “I hope she sues the s**t out of them for this. I will testify if it comes to that.”

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WILL BRITNEY PERFORM AGAIN?

    Britney, 39, took to Instagram last week ahead of the hearing to share information on the future of her performance career with her fans.

    The singer repeated a follower’s question, saying: “The question is will I ever take the stage again?

    “I have no idea. I’m having fun right now, I’m at a transition in my life, and I’m enjoying myself. That’s it,” she revealed.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHEN IS THE NEXT BRITNEY HEARING?

    There will be another hearing regarding Britney Spear's estate’s accounting documents on July 14, 2021.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHO IS BRITNEY'S CONSERVATOR?

    Jodi Montogomary has been her conservator since 2019 after she temporarily replaced her dad Jamie when he was dealing with health issues.

    She was the singer’s care manager.

    A judge recently extended Jodi’s temporary role until September 2021.

    If Jodi is granted the position, Britney could be given the freedom to perform again and could participate in a tell-all interview.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHAT IS SAM ASHGARI'S NET WORTH?

    Asghari's net worth approximated to be $1 million (£700,000) in 2021.

    He was a model prior to meeting Britney, so made his money through lucrative jobs.

    He also makes cash from selling an online fitness program to his followers.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHO IS BRITNEY SPEARS' BOYFRIEND SAM ASGHARI?

    Sam was born in 1994, is of Persian heritage and moved to the US with his family from Iran.

    He works as a model, personal trainer and actor and has 1.8 million followers on his Instagram page.

    He has a sister called Fay who made her catwalk debut at Los Angeles Fashion Week on Friday, March 17.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    'CONTROL OF BRITNEY SPEARS' LIFE IS BAD ENOUG BUT HER WOMB?'ASKS KARREN BRADY

    It was so disturbing hearing ­Britney Spears as she begged a judge to free her from the court-ordered conservatorship that has given her father control over her life and her $60million fortune for the past 13 years.

    Hearing Britney talk about the fact she wasn’t allowed to marry her boyfriend or have a baby with him, having been refused permission to get her IUD contraceptive device removed, beggars belief.

    She had previously talked about being forced to perform (and wishing she could break her leg, so she didn’t have to), which sounds very much like slavery.

    On Wednesday she told the Los Angeles court: “I want this conservatorship to end. I truly believe that this conservatorship is abusive.”

    She sounded distressed at times, and banged her hand on the desk for emphasis to the judge in her 25-minute appeal.

    More on the story here.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    BRIT'S BESEECH

    Britney Spears begged her lawyer, Sam Ingham, “four times a week” to end her “abusive” conservatorship after claiming she wants him replaced on her team. 

    Someone who once in a relationship with Britney claimed to the NY Post that she has actually attempted to end the controlling court agreement for years but has not found any success. 

    The ex-boyfriend – who did not want to go public due to fears of retribution from the Spears family – said he was “most angered” when he heard Britney’s lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, tell the court that she had never asked to end the conservatorship.

    “She asked [her lawyer, Sam] four or five times a week to end the conservatorship and they would always give her some sort of BS.

    “Ingham used the word ‘formally.’ What does that even mean when someone calls you four times a week [asking], ‘How do I end this?’ 

    “I hope she sues the s**t out of them for this. I will testify if it comes to that,” the unnamed insider said. 

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHAT DID BRITNEY'S FATHER HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE CONSERVATORSHIP?

    In August 2020, Jamie said that Britney's conservatorship is "no one else's business" and #FreeBritney movement "is a joke".

    He told Page Six: "All these conspiracy theorists don't know anything. The world don't have a clue.

    "It's up to the court of California to decide what's best for my daughter. It's no one else's business."

    He also denied he was taking money from Britney's estate.

    "I have to report every nickel and dime spent to the court every year," he told The Post.

    "How the hell would I steal something?"

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHAT HAS BRITNEY SAID ABOUT THE CONSERVATORSHIP?

    Britney has not spoken publicly about the conservatorship, but during the November 2020 hearing, her lawyer spoke on her behalf.

    Samuel Ingham said the pop star was "afraid" of dad Jamie, and that she would not perform so long as he remained in the role.

    During the hearing he said Britney and her father have no "viable working relationship" and have not spoken in a "long while".

    In June 2021, The New York Times uncovered documents that they claim show that Britney quietly pushed for years to end her conservatorship

    They report he had total control over her life – claiming she had wanted to re-stain the cabinets in her home, but her father thought the renovation work would be too expensive.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    HOW DOES BRITNEY SPEARS' CONSERVATORSHIP WORK?

    Britney's conservatorship was implemented in 2008 after the star had a series of public meltdowns.

    As mentioned, the arrangement puts her financial assets under the control of her father, Jamie.

    Britney has made several attempts to end the conservatorship, but they have been rejected.

    On November 10, 2020 a court rejected an attempt by Britney to have her father removed as conservator of her estate.

    The judge said she would consider future appeals for his dismissal or outright removal.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHAT DOES CONSERVATORSHIP MEAN?

    A conservatorship is a form of legal guardianship.

    It grants a chosen individual full authority over another's life and assets.

    The conservator typically holds the same rights and responsibilities as a parent would over a child.

    It is typically enacted for individuals who are incapable of making their own decisions.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHO ARE BRITNEY'S CONSERVATORS?

    Britney's main conservator is her father Jamie Spears.

    At the request of Britney, financial company Bessemer Trust have also been appointed as a co-conservator.

    The arrangement puts her financial assets, estate, and personal assets under their control.

    Lawyer Andrew Wallet was once a conservator but has since resigned.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    WHAT IS LITHIUM?

    Lithium is a type of medicine used as a mood stabiliser.

    It is used to treat disorders such as:

    • mania (feeling highly excited, overactive or distracted)
    • hypo-mania (similar to mania, but less severe)
    • regular periods of depression, where treatment with other medicines has not worked
    • bipolar disorder, where your mood changes between feeling very high (mania) and very low (depression)

    It can also reduce aggressive or self-harming behaviour. The prescribed drugs are usually administered as tablets, but can also come as a liquid.

    Anyone over 12 can take two different types, lithium carbonate and lithium citrate. Doses vary depending on age and what you're being treated for, but it's usually taken once a day at night.

    • Niamh Cavanagh

      WATCH – 'SO DEEP!'

      Britney Spears' fans were left shocked by the star's "real" low singing voice.

      The 39-year-old sounded dramatically different to her usual fairly high-pitched tone as she sang Madonna's Like A Prayer in a resurfaced video from 2001.

      Britney was seen looking fresh-faced and singing in a lower than usual voice to Madonna's cult hit during an interview.

      The video went viral after a TikTok account dedicated to conspiracies shared it, writing: "Britney's real voice before they made her sing and talk with a baby voice for years."

      Britney Spears fans stunned as pop star sings in her ‘real’ low voice in resurfaced video from 2001

    • Frances Mulraney

      JAMIE LYNN UNDER FIRE

      The younger sibling of the pop icon has been under fire for her alleged role in keeping Britney, 39, under the “abusive” court order and has remained silent when fans have asked her to speak up.

      As backlash for Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, heats up, the proclamations of support for Britney have continued from people all around the world. 

    • Niamh Cavanagh

      'FORCED TO WORK'

      Britney Spears' ex-boyfriend has revealed she was desperate to fall pregnant with a baby girl – but was forced to work in Las Vegas instead.

      Speaking to Page Six, her ex revealed: "What she wants more than anything is to have a baby girl.

      "That’s all she’s ever wanted, really. They kept her from that. They told her she had to do the Vegas show instead."

    • Niamh Cavanagh

      'LET HER LIVE!'

      Britney Spears got support from sister Jamie Lynn’s Zoey 101 costars Paul Butcher and Alexa Nikolas as conservatorship fury rages on. 

      The younger sibling of the pop icon has been under fire for her alleged role in keeping Britney, 39, under the “abusive” court order and has remained silent when fans have asked her to speak up.

      As backlash for Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, heats up, the proclamations of support for Britney have continued from people all around the world. 

      Now, actors from the hit Nickelodeon series – which Jamie Lynn starred in – have spoken out to support the Toxic singer. 

      Paul Butcher, 27, – who played Jamie Lynn’s little brother, Dustin, in the series – shared an emotional post on Instagram begging for Britney to be able to “live the life SHE wants to live.”

      More on the story here.

    • Niamh Cavanagh

      BRITNEY WAS 'VERY NERVOUS' BEFORE COURT SPEECH AS SHE WANTS 'BIG CHANGES'

      Britney Spears was very nervous before her speech in front of a judge at her conservatorship hearing, a source close to the star has revealed.

      "Britney was very nervous about speaking in front of the judge," they said about her statement at Wednesday's hearing.

      "She was also very grateful that she was allowed."

      "This is her life and she wants big changes," the source added.

    • Frances Mulraney

      SISTER'S CO-STARS OFFER SUPPORT

      Britney Spears got support from sister Jamie Lynn’s Zoey 101 costars Paul Butcher and Alexa Nikolas as conservatorship fury rages on. 

      Actors from the hit Nickelodeon series – which Jamie Lynn starred in – have spoken out to support the Toxic singer. 

      Paul Butcher, 27, – who played Jamie Lynn’s little brother, Dustin, in the series – shared an emotional post on Instagram begging for Britney to be able to “live the life SHE wants to live.”

      Paul also shared a selfie which he flashed the peace sign and wrote “#FreeBritney” once again.

    • Niamh Cavanagh

       BRIT'S BESEECH

      Britney begged her lawyer, Sam Ingham, “four times a week” to end her “abusive” conservatorship after claiming she wants him replaced on her team. 

      Now, someone who once in a relationship with Britney claimed to the NY Post that she has actually attempted to end the controlling court agreement for years but has not found any success. 

      The ex-boyfriend – who did not want to go public due to fears of retribution from the Spears family – said he was “most angered” when he heard Britney’s lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, tell the court that she had never asked to end the conservatorship.

      “She asked [her lawyer, Sam] four or five times a week to end the conservatorship and they would always give her some sort of BS.

      “Ingham used the word ‘formally.’ What does that even mean when someone calls you four times a week [asking], ‘How do I end this?’  I hope she sues the s**t out of them for this. I will testify if it comes to that,” the unnamed insider said. 

    • Frances Mulraney

      BRITNEY'S EX COMES FORWARD

      An ex-boyfriend of Britney Spears has supported claims she tried to end her conservatorship years ago.

      “She asked [her lawyer, Sam] four or five times a week to end the conservatorship and they would always give her some sort of BS," the unnamed insider told the New York Post.

      “Ingham used the word ‘formally.’ What does that even mean when someone calls you four times a week [asking], ‘How do I end this?’ 

      “I hope she sues the s**t out of them for this. I will testify if it comes to that.”

    • Frances Mulraney

      BRITNEY BEGGED LAWYER TO END CONSERVATORSHIP

      Britney Spears reportedly begged her lawyer, Sam Ingham, “four times a week” to end her “abusive” conservatorship after claiming she wants him replaced on her team. 

      Someone who once in a relationship with Britney claimed to the NY Post that she has actually attempted to end the controlling court agreement for years but has not found any success. 

      The ex-boyfriend – who did not want to go public due to fears of retribution from the Spears family – said he was “most angered” when he heard Britney’s lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, tell the court that she had never asked to end the conservatorship.

    • Frances Mulraney

      WILL BRITNEY PERFORM AGAIN?

      Britney, 39, took to Instagram last week ahead of the hearing to share information on the future of her performance career with her fans.

      The singer repeated a follower’s question, saying: “The question is will I ever take the stage again?

      “I have no idea. I’m having fun right now, I’m at a transition in my life, and I’m enjoying myself. That’s it,” she revealed.

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