Britney Spears Signs Bombshell Tell-All $15 Book Deal

Britney Spears is finally taking control of her narrative and plans on releasing a tell-all memoir after signing one of the biggest book deals of all time. Britney has reportedly inked a jaw-dropping deal worth $15 million that will give fans an all-encompassing account of her legendary career and Toxic family life, including her 13-year conservatorship.

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Publishing insiders told Page Six that the singer has reached the historic deal with publishing house Simon & Schuster after an intense bidding war. The insider told the outlet that “the deal is one of the biggest of all time,” only being surpassed by the Obama’s.

Britney has been planning on writing a book ever since her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, penned her scathing tell-all, Things I Should Have Said. Jamie Lynn used the book to make a series of shocking allegations against her sister. In one chapter, Jamie Lynn claimed that her older sister locked the two of them in a room while holding a knife because she was inexplicably “scared.”

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“I’ve never been around you ever with a knife or even would I ever even think to do such…only a scum person would make up such things about someone,” Britney responded. “Hope your book does well, Jamie Lynn.”

The book didn’t sit well with Britney, who repeatedly slammed her sister for making up lies to sell a “Hollywood book” at her expense. Jamie Lynn fired back at her sister on Instagram, writing, “I hate to burst my sister’s bubble, but my book is not about her.”

For what it’s worth, Jamie Lynn claimed that money wasn’t a motivating factor for her she says she penned the book to address her past, deal with it, and move on.

In January, Britney hinted that she would pen a book of her own to set the record straight. The Womanizer singer shared a picture of a typewriter in January with the caption: “Shall I start from THE BEGINNING???”

The $15 million Britney is allegedly getting to pen the tell-all is the same amount President Bill Clinton got for his post-presidency memoir My Life in 2001. Neither comes close to the $60 million the Obama’s got for the rights to their story in 2017, which is the largest ever known figure for a nonfiction book.

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Source: PageSix, Billboard

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