Britney Spears’ best friend no longer has her phone number
Britney Spears’ entourage has grown so small under her tutelage that she has no way of keeping in touch with her best friend.
Felicia Culotta, who started working as Spears’ assistant in the 90s and eventually became his closest confidante, revealed in “The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears” that she no longer had the phone number. of the pop star.
âI have no way of contacting her at the moment. All the numbers that I have [for her] are now changed, âCulotta said in the documentary, which premiered Friday on Hulu and FX.
And so, when the filmmakers asked Culotta if she wanted to share a message for Spears, she jumped at the chance.
âFirst of all, I’d make you laugh. And secondly, I want you to remember all the funny things and all the funny times, âshe started, addressing the superstar directly. “I want you to remember how strong you are, how talented you are, how silly you are, how clumsy you are, and how huge your heart is.”
As her eyes filled with tears, Culotta added, âHang in there. Your voice returns. You are stronger, more proud and more powerful than I have seen you in a very long time. I love you and I will support you no matter what.
Spears, 39, has been under guardianship since February 2008 and spoke out publicly against his restrictive nature for the first time in court this summer.
Under guardianship, “Stronger” singer’s father, Jamie Spears, has for more than a decade been in control of his personal affairs and his estate – giving him the final say on things as small as the color of his wardrobes. of the kitchen.
Britney in July asked a Los Angeles judge to charge her estranged father with “conservation abuse” after claiming he forced her to perform and sent her to a mental health facility against her. will.
Following emotional appeals from his daughter, Jamie, 69, filed a petition earlier this month to end her guardianship.
The judge is due to render a decision on September 29.