Britney Spears has made statements against the head of the TriStar team, Lou Taylor, and her former manager, Robin Greenhill in a scathing Instagram post. The hitman has since deleted comments where she alleges that two women tried to kill her. TriStar’s attorneys deny the allegations
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Britney Spears has claimed that her former business managers at TriStar Entertainment tried to end her life.
In a scathing new social media post, shared on Instagram on Wednesday night, the hitmaker made statements against the head of the TriStar team, Lou Taylor, and her former manager. , Robin Greenhill.
The two women play an integral part in Britney’s life as TriStar is heavily involved in her role as protector starting in 2008 and ending in 2021.
In the long since deleted post, singer Toxic, 40, alleges that the couple invited her to lunch to make her “feel special” before attempting to kill her the following week – something TriStar’s attorney denied. receive.
“A week before they sent me to that f**king place, TRI STAR invited me to their office…the pompous man fit b***hes…THIS IS AWESOME with me. the sentence ‘We’re here to make you feel SPECIAL’!!!” Britney typed online.
She continued: “I had lunch with Lou Taylor and Robin Greenhill… they said ‘Britney, look at your picture on the wall!’ With a giant black and white framed picture in their office lobby!!!!!”
Britney later claimed that actress Kate Beckinsale was also there as a TriStar tactic to make her feel special.
“They ‘made me feel special’… RIGHT… The same bastards killed me a week later!!!!!”
The post added: “My dad adores those two women and will do anything they ask of him!!!!
“I thought they were trying to kill me… I still believe that’s exactly what they were trying to do… but nothing the hell happened to me and I didn’t die!!! !
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“No one else can live through what they did to me!!!”
In response to these claims, Charles Harder, an attorney for Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, told TMZ: “These statements are completely untrue, as well as highly offensive, damaging and unacceptable. receive.”
Mirror has reached out to TriStar Entertainment for comment.
Britney has been under the tight control of her father Jamie Spears and co-defendants since 2008.
The mother of two has struggled to end the limited legal agreement she was placed in amid concerns about her mental health.
Last year, when judge Brenda Penny ruled Britney’s conservatorship ended, it meant the leader of the chart could regain control of her personal life and money.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/britney-spears-claims-former-business-26315910 Britney Spears claims former business managers tried to kill her in now-deleted post