Pop star Britney Spears has reportedly signed a tell-all book deal worth a whopping $15 million. The book will talk about the singer’s career and her infamous 13-year conservatorship, offering Spears’ side of the story after the release of her sister Jamie Lynn’s book, Things I Should’ve Said, which the singer deems to be “derogatory”.
Spears signed the book deal with prominent publishing house, Simon & Schuster, which will be released as the legendary singer’s memoir. It will focus on her music career in the limelight and her tumultuous relationship with her family made worse by a turbulent conservatorship at the helm of her father, Jamie Spears.
The conservatorship which lasted for 13 years was declared legally void in 2021 following increasing protests by Spears’ fans and supporters under the “Free Britney” movement. It has since culminated in a bipartisan legislative move to better safeguard the interests of individuals placed under similar protective arrangements against potentially abusive guardians.