Britney Spears was given drugs that left her ‘talking about parallel universes’: ex-guard

More On:

britney spears

Britney Spears’ explosive battle against dad heads back to court today

Britney Spears seemingly mocks ‘mean ass’ sister Jamie Lynn Spears

Britney Spears spotted driving in car with boyfriend

Jamie Lynn Spears writes about ‘peace’ after Britney slams family

Britney Spears was given powerful prescription drugs weekly during at least one point in her conservatorship — leaving her babbling about “parallel universes,’’ an ex-bodyguard says.

Fernando Flores, a former cop who helped provide security for the 39-year-old fallen superstar in 2010, told Britain’s The Sun in a new interview that a woman would arrive at Spears’ home every Friday with the medication while he was on the job.

“I’d explain [to Spears] what everything was — three anti-psychotic medications and birth-control pills,’’ Flores said.

“She’d go from sane to talking about parallel universes.”

Spears was put under a conservatorship, aka legal guardianship, in 2008 after a mental breakdown — and is now locked in a court battle to gain her freedom from it.

Under the restrictive set-up, her father Jamie Spears and a court-appointed personal guardian control decisions about her well-being and finances.

Flores said that during the several months he worked the Spears security gig, the singer’s phone was monitored, visitors had their bags searched and she would sob as her dad ordered her around.

“Jamie would call three or four times a day to check what was going on,’’ the former security guard said.

As for Britney, “she spent her days watching TV, or working out,’’ he said. “When down, she’d cry listening to [James Brown’s] ‘It’s A Man’s World.’ ”

Flores made headlines in 2011 when he sued the “Toxic” singer’s estate for $10 million, claiming she sexually harassed him, did drugs — and was basically disgusting.

“She broke wind or picked her nose unselfconsciously and unapologetically before [Flores] and others and she was constantly and gratuitously loud and profane in her speech,” the document alleged.

“She did not bathe for days on end, did not use deodorant, did not brush her teeth, did not fix her hair, did not wear shoes or socks.”

A source tied to the singer called Flores “a liar” at the time.

The case was later settled, RadarOnline reported.

On Monday, a few hours from her next court battle against her conservatorship in Los Angeles court, Britney posted a photo on Instagram of a young woman on a floor mat with her legs spread — and the caption, MY YOGA POSE WILL NOT MAKE ME FART.

“OK … so I got a lot off my chest last week,” Britney wrote — after sobbing Wednesday to the judge overseeing her conservatorship case that the arrangement was “abusive” and her father should be charged.

“I said what I needed to say … and life goes on,” she said. “where’s my yoga mat now????”

Share this article:

Source: Read Full Article