Britney Spears Blames Father, Jamie Spears, and Manager, Larry Rudolph, for Pressuring her into Doing Sexual Scenes — They Deny It!

Britney Spears Blames Father, Jamie Spears, and Manager, Larry Rudolph, for Pressuring her into Doing Sexual Scenes -- They Deny It!

Britney Spears has come out and said that she felt pressured to sexualize her music videos; however, her father, Jamie Spears, and manager, Larry Rudolph, adamantly deny that they were the ones to encourage this creative direction, expressing that she’s always had full artistic control over her productions. Brit admitted in a radio interview that she felt as if she was pushed farther than she wanted to go and, upon watching back some of the stuff she filmed, chose to cut some of the racier scenes.

Jamie and Larry told TMZ the following statement: “Britney is never pressured into anything.  She reviews all creative and for her ‘Work Bitch’ video she discussed toning down some parts in finding a balance of sexy and being a mom.”

Britney’s currently under the financial conservatorship of her father because of her past mental health issues, and it would be quite unfortunate to learn that either her father or manager — or both — are taking advantage of her in some way. If Jamie and Larry are to be believed, then who was pressuring Britney into making her video even more sexual than it already is? Let us know in the comments section below what you think of Britney’s — and her managerial team’s — claims.

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5 responses to “Britney Spears Blames Father, Jamie Spears, and Manager, Larry Rudolph, for Pressuring her into Doing Sexual Scenes — They Deny It!”

  1. thebutcher says:

    Give me a break. She’s acted like a slut in her videos since she was 16

  2. MakeHerUp says:

    She was a child when she first started singing and wouldn’t understand the choices she was making. Even if she wanted to be sexy in her videos her father and manager should have protected her.

  3. allie says:

    Does Britney do anything of free will?

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