The book, which hit the shelves on October 24th, details the life of the Pop Princess and how she claims she was treated under her conservatorship.
She claims her dad was “always” telling her she looked “fat” and so he put her on a “strict diet.”
“The irony was that we had a butler—an extravagance—and I would beg him for real food,” Britney writes, noting that she would plead at times for a hamburger or ice cream.
Spears claims that her requests were allegedly denied due to ‘strict orders’ from her father.
“So for two years, I ate almost nothing but chicken and canned vegetables,” Spears claims.
“Two years is a long time to not be able to eat what you want, especially when it’s your body and your work and your soul making the money that everyone’s living off of.”
The “Toxic” singer continues, “Two years of asking for french fries and being told no. I found it so degrading.”
Britney went on to add that it was someone else depriving her of the food she really wanted. She even admits that she felt like ‘[her] body wasn’t [hers] anymore.”
“I felt scared,” the “… Baby One More Time” singer admits. “I’ll be honest, I was f–king miserable.”
Despite the diet, Britney pointed out that she found herself gaining weight and the diet had the ‘opposite effect’ of what Jamie allegedly wanted.
“Even though I wasn’t eating as much, he made me feel so ugly and like I wasn’t good enough,” the “Slave 4 U” singer claims. “Maybe that’s because of the power of your thoughts: whatever you think you are, you become.”
Jamie’s reps have not commented on the situation as of now.
“My body was strong enough to carry two children and agile enough to execute every choreographed move perfectly onstage,” she adds. “And now here I was, having every calorie recorded so people could continue to get rich off my body.”
Britney says that “no one else” but her found it “outrageous” that her diet was being so micromanaged.