Britney Spears’ ex-assistant discloses if they’ve talked post-freedom

Britney Spears’ ex-assistant discloses if they’ve talked post-freedom

Despite Britney Spears being released from her 13-year conservatorship, her former aide has not spoken with her.

Thursday, at the Broadway opening of the musical “& Juliet,” Felicia Culotta told Page Six exclusively, “I haven’t spoken to her in quite some time.”

The native of Louisiana, who was at Spears’ side in the early days of her career, noted that despite the fact that they haven’t been in contact recently, it’s not for want of trying on her part.

“I write constantly,” remarked Culotta. “I adore handwritten letters.

“I just hope and pray that she receives them. I know for a fact that she was not [in the past], therefore I have high hopes that she is today.”

From February 2008 until November 2021, Spears was under a tight conservatorship.

Culotta started working with Spears when she was a teenager.

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Culotta started working with Spears when she was a teenager.

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During the most of this period, the singer of “Stronger” was under the conservatorship of her father, Jamie Spears, who controlled her finances, personal affairs, and communication with others.

Several documentaries examined the abuses of court-appointed guardianship as the #FreeBritney movement grew in popularity.

FX and Hulu’s “Framing Britney Spears” and the New York Times’ “Controlling Britney Spears” included Culotta.

In an interview with Page Six, she underlined that most of the reaction 70-year-old Jamie got was warranted.

From 2008 until 2021, Britney’s father, Jamie, was her conservator.
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It feels like karma, said the producer liaison. “Everything that was terrible will be dealt with by karma; karma will take care of it.” I have confidence in that.”

Culotta, who observed the pop star’s meteoric climb to fame, then recalled Britney’s collaboration with songwriter Max Martin, who also composed parts for “& Juliet.”

“Max and Brit were so on target with everything,” said the former assistant.

They paid attention to her. They composed songs on her preoccupations. They involved her in everything songwriting and me in all mischief. I was therefore happy to be a part of it.”

Culotta speaks with Page Six during the Broadway premiere of “& Juliet.”
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Although Culotta has always appeared to have Britney’s back, the “Oops!… I Did It Again” singer recently confessed she did not like her ex-participation assistant’s in the films, citing allegations that certain incidents were “not even genuine.”

“The finest part for me was when my former assistant described how I distributed $100 notes across the neighborhood when my debut album was out!” Earlier this month, the “Toxic” singer said in a now-deleted Twitter tweet.

“I wish I could enter the minds of individuals like my father and her to attempt to comprehend why they lie and fabricate such things!”

Culotta told us that despite the criticism, she is “thrilled” that her former colleague and friend now has the right to speak for herself.

Culotta also expressed joy for Britney’s recent wedding to Sam Asghari.
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The former VIP coordinator stated on Thursday, “I am so glad that Brit has regained her own words and voice.” “This makes me pleased.”

She said, “I just hope that her wedding and all the positive things occurring in her life will make her as happy as we want her to be.”

Britney wed fitness model and actor Sam Asghari in June, seven months after the termination of her conservatorship.

 

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