Britney Spears has slammed reports suggesting her family and friends are planning an intervention.
On Thursday, TMZ editors said the singer’s loved ones were concerned about her erratic behavior, mental health and alleged substance abuse and were planning an intervention to get her to seek help. I published an article suggesting that. she will die.”
The 41-year-old denounced the allegations on Instagram hours later, declaring that the allegations had made her “disgusted with (her) stomach.”
“It makes me nauseous to think it’s even legal to make up a story about me nearly dying…at some point, enough is enough!!!” she began. “I may have to stop posting on Instagram.
The Toxic hitmaker assured fans that she had come a long way since her mental breakdown in 2007. She was then placed under guardianship from February 2008 until she was in November 2021.
“Again, conservatorship ended for almost a year (sic)… no, not 2007… it’s 2023 and I’m making my first homemade lasagna at home!!!” she continued. “Finally got a fireplace in my living room!!! As my husband says best, don’t believe everything you read!!! All that love is coming back to you!” I’m coming!!!”
Additionally, husband Sam Asghari told Access Hollywood’s Mario Lopez that the intervention “didn’t happen.”
“My wife has complete control over her life and continues to make all decisions regarding her care, regardless of the circumstances. Speculation about her health is inappropriate and should be stopped immediately.” ” he said.
According to TMZ, the intervention was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, but was canceled after Britney became aware of the plan.