Kevin Federline, the ex-husband of pop star Britney Spears, reportedly organized an intervention for her because he thought she had been using crystal meth. This is what we do know.
Kevin feared Britney may take too much and harm herself. Fans have expressed concern over the ‘Toxic’ singer’s rambling online outbursts, and now Kevin Federline.
Kevin Federline’s comments on Britney Spears
Kevin allegedly expressed concern that Britney could be using meth to documentary filmmaker Daphne Barak. He said that he had been asking God for someone to make it known so that she would see her foolishness. It is terrible. She is my boys’ mother, he declared.
The boys reportedly refuse to meet with the 41-year-old singer because they insist they saw narcotics being delivered to her home, according to the director, who is close to the couple. This was reported by the Mail on Sunday newspaper.
Preston then said to the woman, “All we want is for her to listen to us.”
Britney’s Father said…
Jamie Spears, Britney’s father, worries that his daughter may pass away too soon, much like the problematic British singer Amy Winehouse, who passed away in 2011 at the age of 27.
When asked about the vocalist of “Back to Black,” he responded, “Yes, precisely… Britney might pass away like Amy. He has come under fire from Britney’s supporters for his involvement in presiding over the 13-year conservatorship that she was under until November 2021, but he said he was merely acting in his daughter’s best interests.
Compare her health then and how she is doing today, he commanded.
Britney denied drugs
It makes me sick to my stomach that it’s even legal for individuals to make up claims that they almost died, Britney Spears said on Instagram in February 2023.
It was the “last chance for saving her,” according to a different relative of hers who spoke to The Sun.
Does Britney Spears’ present spouse know?
To save Britney, Sam Asghari, her manager Cade Hudson, medical personnel, and the interventionist were all engaged. The interventionist was only on standby.
Britney has said she was put on Lithium
On June 23, Britney Spears made an appearance in court in Los Angeles to challenge the 13-year conservatorship that has been imposed upon her. After fighting mental health concerns, Spears was put under a court-ordered conservatorship in 2008, which gave her father Jamie power over her financial affairs, professional life, and many elements of her personal life.
Spears alleged that as a result of this, she was made to take part in tours, unable to get rid of an IUD that prevented her from becoming pregnant, and given medicine she did not want to take.
Spears alleges that a therapist put her on lithium during her conservatorship after she declined to do a gig in Las Vegas. According to the NHS, one particular medicine lithium is used to calm mood. Mania, depression, and bipolar disorders are among the conditions it is used to treat.