In the wake of the end of Britney Spears’s 13 year long conservatorship, as well as a public feud with her sister Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney is writing her own tell-all memoir.
The book sparked a bidding war between several publishers, ending with a $15 million deal from Simon & Schuster that is one of the biggest of all time, next to the Obamas’.
The deal announcement comes on the heels of Britney Spears’s lawyer sending a cease and desist letter to Jamie Lynn Spears for her book’s depiction of Britney. Britney Spears has also posted on Instagram, about her experience during the conservatorship: “Lord have mercy on my family’s souls if I ever do an interview.”
The title and release date for the memoir have not yet been announced.
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