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Many of the people who were part of the pop princess’ circle of employees – representatives, assistants, stylists and bodyguards – have broken their silence in recent weeks to offer their opinion about the legal guardianship to which she is trying to put Full stop now and explain how the singer’s day to day was, according to what each of them was able to witness at the time.
Fernando Flores, who was hired to be part of the security system of the interpreter of ‘Toxic’ in 2010, affirms that Britney was watched 24 hours a day during the time she worked for her and that she was prevented from leaving home alone. In addition, everyone who visited her in her own home was subjected to a search and the artist also had to hand over her mobile phone so that others could review her call and message log.
Flores, who ended up resigning from his post eight months later, recalled that a woman whose identity he does not know came to the artist’s mansion every Friday to deliver medicine.
“He explained to Britney what each thing was: three antipsychotics and contraceptive pills,” he explained in statements to The Sun newspaper, in which he described the singer as a person with strong mood swings. “She went from being sane to talking about parallel universes.”
According to her testimony, Britney kept in daily contact with her father, Jamie Spears, who to this day continues to control her financial affairs, and would always burst into tears when she hung up the phone.
“Jamie called three or four times a day to check on what was going on. If Britney wanted something, she had to ask her permission. She spent her days watching TV or exercising. When she was depressed, she cried while listening to ‘It’s A Man’s World.’ of James Brown “, has affirmed.