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Britney Spears gets much-needed R&R.
The “Overprotected” singer, 39, and her boyfriend Sam Asghari flew to Hawaii after their Bomb Conservatory hearing earlier this week, a source told Page Six on Friday.
Access reported that the duo spent some time on Spears’ favorite island, Maui, before moving to another location to continue their vacation.
To pass the time on the flight, the couple, who have been together since 2016, recorded adorable videos with various filters and posted them on 27-year-old Asghari’s Instagram account.
Spears apologized on Thursday, on her own account, to fans for “pretending to be okay” in the midst of her conservatoire battle.
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“I did it because of my pride and I was embarrassed to share what happened to me … but honestly, who doesn’t want to get hold of this [their] Instagram in a funny light !!!! “She wrote next to a quote about fairy tales.
“Believe it or not, pretending I’m fine actually helped … so I decided to post this quote today because damn it, if you’re going through hell … existence … and just feeling like it.” To be important despite everything I’ve been through and hey it worked. “
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Spears broke her silence about her conservatory on Wednesday, telling a judge that she had allegedly been drugged, forced to use birth control and act against her will – all within the past two years.
“Ma’am, my father, and everyone involved in this conservatory organization, and my management – who played a huge role in the punishment when I said ‘no’. [to going on tour] – Ma’am, you should be in jail, ”she testified.
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“I denied it. I was in shock. I am traumatized, “she added. “I’m not happy. I can’t sleep. I’m so angry. It’s crazy. And I’m depressed. I cry every day.”
Spears reiterated, “I really believe this conservatory community is abusive. It is my wish and dream that all of this end.”
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