Privately, Sam Askari asked his wife to finally draw a line under her story with Justin Timberlake. Not sure if Britney Spears is listening…
By recently attacking Alyssa Milano, Britney Spears has brought up old wounds from the past. The singer has accused the glamorous actress of bullying her for daring to raise concerns about mental health on Twitter.
“It makes me sad to see things from people who don’t know me!” Condemned Britney. The real reason for being transported to toxic translator Alyssa Milano may lie elsewhere.
According to a source, Britney still hasn’t digested the fact that Justin “stole” Timberlake from her after they broke up in 2002.
“It really upset her,” the source recalled to British magazine Closer. However, there is another thing that disturbs all this history today. Sam Askari doesn’t really appreciate settling the accounts of a case over 20 years old!
“When Britney saw an old tweet from Alyssa, Sam realized how obsessed she still was with Justin,” the same source explains.
A tired husband
Britney admitted in an interview that she will never forget the man who made her lose her virginity.
“I will always love him. He will always have a special place in my heart,” she said shortly after they broke up. “I really thought I was going to end my life with him.
Today, Britney is married to Sam, and he lives very badly with his wife’s obsession with Justin. “She said Britney was very uncomfortable talking about Justin and asked her to stop doing it,” the source said.
Will he be heard? Nothing is certain. “While she feels lost and depressed, Britney says she wants Justin back in her life as a friend,” the source continues. Given her current state of grief, we can only imagine that she still thinks about her ex often.
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