Britney Spears’ husband, Sam Asghari, has responded to rumors that he is monitoring his wife’s social media.
Fans began to suspect earlier this month that Spears was not in control of her own social media when she celebrated her birthday in honor of her younger sister Jamie Lynn, with whom she has had her conflicts.
In January, the pop star’s lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, sent Jamie Lynn a cease and desist letter demanding that she stop using “derogatory” language about her sister while promoting her memoir, Things I Should Have Said .
Spears also said social media was a “lie” when she was a 13-year-old ward of her father Jamie.
Now, Asghari has denied accusations that he controlled his social media: “I don’t even control what we have for dinner,” he told photographers, Just Jared reported.
“A lot has happened in the past, so I understand where they are coming from [algunos fans]”he continued,” they are only being protected. Anyway, they’re good fans.”
Asghari previously defended Spears by posting risqué photos of herself on her social media channels. “He’s the only person in the world who gets bullied for posting stuff like this,” Asghari wrote on his Instagram Story earlier this month. [vía People]. “Personally I’d rather she didn’t publish them, but who am I to control someone who was under a microscope and has been controlled for most of her life.”
Jamie Spears recently gave her first interview in over a decade to the Mail On Sunday, in which she questioned whether her daughter would be alive today if not for the conservatorship which ended in November 2021.
“To protect her and the children, conservatism was a great tool. Without it, I don’t think I would have gotten the children back,” he argued.
Spears said she did not regret putting the conservatism in place, but declined to say whether she thought it dragged on too long. “Can you answer [a esa pregunta] own. Look at how things are now.”