Felicia Culotta was once one of Britney Spears’ closest people, and she talked about the singer in the “New York Times Gift: Controlling Britney Spears” documentary.
Felicia Kurota, Britney Spears‘Former assistant and friend, tearfully commented on the star’s Regulatory struggle And their relationship status in a new documentary.exist The New York Times presents: Controlling Britney SpearsIt premiered on Hulu and FX on September 24. The singer’s emotional former confidant revealed that she no longer has a phone number and can’t get in touch with her.
“At this point, I have no way to get in touch with her. All the numbers I have [for her] It’s changed now,” Felicia was one of Britney’s closest people during her fame in the 1990s, she said in an interview in the documentary.
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In addition to admitting that she no longer owns Britney’s phone number, Felicia also sent a special and sweet message to the “My Fragment” singer after being asked what she would say to her if she could. “First, I will make you giggle. Second, I want you to remember all the funny things and all the funny times,” she started, speaking directly into the camera. “I want you to remember how strong you are, how talented you are, how stupid you are, how stupid you are, your heart is huge.”
“Hold on. Your voice is back,” she added tearfully. “You are louder, more proud, and stronger than you I have seen for a long time. I love you, and I will support you no matter what.”
Britney has been under her custody, which makes her father Jamie Spears69 years old, has been in control of her estate since February 2008, and publicly opposed it in court for the first time last summer.She asked the judge to accuse her father And “regulatory abuse” After claiming that he forced her to perform and sent her to a mental hospital against her wishes.He submitted a petition End supervision In early September, the judge will make a decision on September 29.