Britney Spears’ family and friends are worried about her well-being
TMZ reported on Thursday that her husband, Sam Asghari, her manager, doctors, and an interventionist planned on convincing the 41-year-old pop star to get treatment and sequester her for two months in a Los Angeles house.
Meanwhile, a source exclusively confirmed to Page Six that the intervention never happened as it was “unnecessary.”
The insider said, “Unfortunately, there is a lot of hysteria in the media right now, but Britney is fine, and much of this has been overblown and grossly distorted.” The intervention was supposedly scheduled for Tuesday.
According to TMZ, the “Toxic” singer agreed to meet with a doctor and the meeting “went well.” However, it was unknown if it was with a physician or a therapist.
Meanwhile, everything seems normal with Asghari, 28, who even on his Instagram Story a video of himself and his wife wearing matching outfits while they were shopping on Wednesday.
The “Family Business” actor captioned the clip, “Matching outfits at target.”
Spears has been insisting she’s fine amid the string of incidents that made fans question her mental health condition. Last month, she was filmed getting upset in a restaurant after fans invaded her privacy. When she deleted her Instagram, some fans called the police to perform a wellness check on the singer.
However, the police confirmed that time that she wasn’t in any danger, stating, “We don’t really talk about any kind of mental health issues or anything like that.”
Spears took to Instagram to deny she had a breakdown. She wrote alongside a pic, “Since everyone thinks they know my story. THINK AGAIN !!! A mere side of any given SUNDAY doesn’t show worship placing someones story out there … it’s a day of WELCOMING … not a righteous reply !!!”
“It is what it is … nope I’m not having a breakdown … I am who I am and moving forward in my life. I have never felt better !!!”
Spears was under a 13-year-year conservatorship, which finally ended in September 2021. According to court testimony, she alleged that she was forced to go against her will to a mental health facility in 2019.