Britney Spears boyfriend: Star felt ‘vulnerable’ after weight loss sparked by Sam Asghari

Britney Spears: Mobeen Azhar looks into dementia claims

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Britney Spears, 39, has opened up on her struggles after losing too much weight recently. The Toxic hitmaker revealed on Instagram that her personal trainer boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27, inspired her to up her game with a healthier diet and exercise regime due to his buff body.

However, Britney admitted that her body changed too much as a result of her efforts and left her feeling “vulnerable”.

Opening up about the situation, the singer said: “In the past two weeks I’ve said that’s it … I have got to get in shape considering my boyfriend’s body is hotter than hot!!!!

“I was like s**t where the hell am I supposed to start … so I run a lot and try to eat clean and be mindful with my food unless I cheat, like last night when I ate a container of peanuts !!!!”

Addressing the change in her figure, Britney admitted: “And then it hit me … I might look better but I felt too vulnerable in my skin being this small !!!! 

“I didn’t like it so I started boxing so now I feel stronger too !!!!  

“We all have our own ways to work on our bodies and I respect that cause we all should.”

Britney went on to joke that she hopes she doesn’t spot her favourite burger restaurant soon.

Britney and her beau, who she first met on-set of her Slumber Party music video, recently stepped out together as they attended a friend’s wedding.


The pop star stunned in a navy blue mini-dress while Sam looked dapper in a suit complete with a floral buttonhole.

Sam shared a clip of the couple dancing on his Instagram stories, sharing his gratitude that he and Britney could attend the celebration after getting their Covid vaccines.

He penned: “Thanks to science, we get to dance again. 

“When Persian and American culture combines.”

Elsewhere, in a new BBC documentary, The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship, it emerged that Britney’s dad Jamie Spears claimed the singer has dementia.

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The film discusses the forms that explain the purpose of Britney’s conservatorship, which the singer was placed under in February 2008.

Journalist Mobeen Azhar said from the unearthed documents he’d seen, Jamie had ticked a box saying it related to “dementia placement or treatment”.

The journalist admitted he initially wondered whether the dementia claims were a “conspiracy theory”, as they had been circulated on fan sites.

He adds: “There’s only two options with that. Britney might have dementia. 

“Now I’m not a doctor but if that’s the case, then the world isn’t aware of that. But the other option is actually more sinister.

“That’s the idea that she doesn’t have dementia but the conservatorship team have suggested that she has because they want to push the conservatorship through. And if that’s the case, then that’s terrifying.” 

Jamie declined to comment on the allegations made in the documentary.

However, the dad-of-three has previously declared he is working to look after his pop star daughter’s best interests and is dedicated to “protecting her”.

In 2007, Britney had a breakdown after splitting from her ex-husband, Kevin Federline.

The star went on to lose custody of her sons Jayden, 14, and Sean, 15, and was detained for 14 days for her own safety.

Britney was then placed under the conservatorship, which prevents her from driving, going out alone or making her own financial decisions.

The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship is on BBC iPlayer now and will be on BBC Two tonight at 9pm.

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