Britney Spears Opens Up About Shaved Head Incident and Conservatorship Struggles

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In an interview with PEOPLE, global pop icon Britney Spears sheds light on her tumultuous journey, revealing intimate details from her upcoming memoir "The Woman in Me," set to release on October 24. Spears bravely shares the reasons behind her infamous head-shaving incident in 2007, stating, "Shaving my head and acting out were my ways of pushing back."

Spears discloses the harsh realities of her 13-year conservatorship, expressing how she was forced to conform to strict rules, including growing her hair and adhering to medication routines. The singer confesses, "Thirteen years went by with me feeling like a shadow of myself."

She passionately speaks out against the injustice, questioning the unequal treatment she endured compared to male artists facing similar challenges: "No one tried to take away their control over their bodies and money. I didn’t deserve what my family did to me."

The pop sensation explains her decision to write her memoir, emphasizing her newfound freedom to tell her story without constraints.

"It is finally time for me to raise my voice and speak out, and my fans deserve to hear it directly from me," Spears declares. "No more conspiracy, no more lies—just me owning my past, present, and future."

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