Britney Spears, 41, revealed how she and her ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake, 42, hid her being pregnant from their households earlier than she had an abortion, in her new memoir, The Girl in Me. The singer mentioned it was “necessary that nobody discover out” in regards to the being pregnant or abortion so she needed to do “the whole lot at house,” based on PEOPLE.
“It was necessary that nobody discover out in regards to the being pregnant or the abortion, which meant doing the whole lot at house,” Britney reportedly wrote. “We didn’t even inform my household. The one one that knew apart from Justin and me was Felicia [Culotta, Britney’s former assistant], who was all the time readily available to assist me. I used to be advised, ‘It would harm a bit of bit, however you’ll be tremendous.’”
“On the appointed day, with solely Felicia and Justin there, I took the little drugs,” she reportedly continued. “Quickly I began having excruciating cramps. I went into the toilet and stayed there for hours, mendacity on the ground, sobbing and screaming.”
Britney reportedly went on to say that Justin, whom she dated from 1999 till 2002, comforted her with music. “Justin got here into the toilet and lay on the ground with me,” she shared. “Sooner or later he thought possibly music would assist, so he bought his guitar and he lay there with me strumming it.”
It was first reported that Britney wrote about having an abortion throughout her romance with Justin simply over per week in the past. “Justin undoubtedly wasn’t completely happy in regards to the being pregnant. He mentioned we weren’t able to have a child in our lives, that we had been means too younger,” she wrote in regards to the second in time. She has additionally written about Justin allegedly dishonest on her all through their relationship.
Though Justin has but to publicly touch upon Britney’s phrases, a supply advised Page Six earlier this month that he had been interested in what she would write about. “He’s very curious what she’ll reveal from their relationship,” the supply mentioned. “It’s consuming at him.”