Britney Spears has signed a agreement with Simon & Schuster to publish her memoir. It will chronicle her ascent to prominence, her music career and her connection with her family. It also covers notable events in her life.
A source close to Spears tells that the contract is record-breaking” in nature. Whereas, the pact has expected to value as much as $15 million. Simon & Schuster won a bidding war that included many other publishers.
According to reports, the news of Britney Spears’ memoir agreement came months after a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court terminated her conservatorship. Since 2007, Jamie Spears and the singer’s father, had put her in a court-ordered conservatorship. The conservatorship remained in place, despite the singer’s touring and Las Vegas residency.
During the conservatorship, Britney Spears said she has compelled to work. When asked about her conservatorship for the first time in public she said, “I’m in a state of shock. I only want my life back.”
Conversations regarding conservatorships and the possible misuse of such an agreement have erupted. The pop star’s legal fight is now ongoing with both parties involved in a financial dispute.