Britney Spears She is preparing to fight a legal war with her two former business managers at TriStar Entertainment – a company deeply involved in her will, which now strangely claims she tried to end her life.
The singer on Wednesday left TriStar, especially his boss Lou Taylor the right woman, Robin Greenhill – two women who are allegedly an integral part of Britney’s life – and she accuses them of more than just wrongdoing.
Britt describes the meeting that she said Greenhill and Taylor had, and she claims Kate Beckinsale He was also present… only to amaze Britney.
She says, “Here those same whores killed me a week later!!!! My father worshiped these two women and would have done anything they asked of him!!!! I think they were trying to kill me…I think that’s exactly what they were trying to do.. But there was nothing wrong with me and I didn’t die!!!!”
She never specified how they tried to end her alleged life, but Britney adds… “No one else would have lived what they did to me!!!
Like we told you, TriStar was hired by Britney’s father, Jimmy Spearsearly in the guardianship to deal with its business affairs.
But judging by the claims in the documentaries, and now Britney herself, they may have had a bigger role in her daily treatment.
Britney can hint at when she was admitted to a mental health facility in 2019 after we were told she was having a breakdown. because of the amazement Because of her father’s illness at that time.
During her stay, we were told the doctors worked to give her the right combination of medication to make her stable – but she seemed totally out of it during a day out with her BF, Sam Asghari.
As for Taylor and Greenhill, the latter we went out at LAX last year and tried to get a hold of claims that they were part of the team that greenlighted the alleged wiretapping of Britney’s room once.
She didn’t say anything though…My mum stayed over everything to Britney.
Now, it looks like Britney is at least considering some payoff in court. We’ve reached out to Lou Taylor and TriStar, but no word yet.