Britney Spears on 2000s Drug Use and Partying with Lindsay Lohan

Britney Spears boldly breaks her silence in a revealing tell-all.

by Nouman Rasool
Britney Spears on 2000s Drug Use and Partying with Lindsay Lohan
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In a surprising and much-anticipated return to social media, Britney Spears has once again captivated the attention of her fans, just days ahead of the release of her revealing new book. Known for her tumultuous relationship with social media platforms, Spears had recently deactivated her accounts, only to reemerge with a post that has left many intrigued.

Sharing an image of a birthday cake adorned with the message “See you in hell”, she paired the post with a simple nail painting emoji, a cryptic message that has set the internet ablaze with speculation. Britney Spears, a name synonymous with pop music royalty, has been the center of media attention for decades, with her every move scrutinized by fans and critics alike.

Her upcoming tell-all book, scheduled to grace both electronic and physical bookshelves on October 24th, promises to shed light on her complicated past, including her past relationship with fellow pop sensation, Justin Timberlake.

In an excerpt obtained by Page Six, Spears delves into her history with drugs, revealing her past use of Adderall for recreational purposes. She candidly shares that the drug offered her a temporary respite from depression, stating, “[It] made me high, yes, but what I found far more appealing was that it gave me a few hours of feeling less depressed."

Dispelling Media-Induced Myths

Despite her openness about her struggles, Spears is quick to dispel the sensationalized media narratives surrounding her wild nights out with celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan.

Contrary to popular belief, she asserts that she never struggled with hard drugs or alcohol, challenging the media-induced image of her as a party girl gone astray. The book also delves into the emotional turmoil that followed her high-profile breakup with Timberlake in 2002, a period she describes as one of devastation.

While the media painted her as a heartbreaker, Spears reveals her side of the story, sharing her feelings of abandonment and the impact it had on her mental well-being. In a recent tweet, Spears expressed her disdain for the current media narrative, explaining that the negative headlines are a major factor in her decision to step away from the music industry four years ago.

She emphasizes that the events of the past are behind her, expressing her readiness to embrace a fresh start and a “beautiful clean slate”.

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