Britney Spears said she'll never go on stage again
Britney Spears has said she may never perform again after suffering a 13-year custody injury. The Evening Standard reported this on Monday.
“I’ve been injured for life,” the 40-year-old performer was quoted by the publication as saying. – I probably won’t be performing.” It appears to refer to the events when her father, who was her guardian, made many decisions regarding her career, treatment and personal life over an extended period of time.
Spears’ Instagram post, posted shortly after such a revelation by the pop diva, as evidenced by the publication, was deleted. The singer last took the stage on December 31, 2017.
In late August, Spears co-released the song Hold Me Closer with Elton John.
In 2008, the singer was deemed partially incapacitated due to drug problems and concerns about her mental health. Since then, the singer’s finances, including a multimillion-dollar trust fund, have been controlled by her father and a court-appointed attorney. On November 13, 2021, a U.S. court ordered the termination of the father’s custody of his daughter.
The fortune of Britney Spears, the winner of several music awards, including the Grammys, is estimated at about $60 million.