Britney Spears' behavior as of late caused a lot of concern in her inner circle, who planned an intervention for her to get help. Moreover, TMZ reported that sources close to Britney expressed concern for her well-being and mental state. In fact, one source close to Spears reportedly told the outlet, "I'm afraid she's gonna die." Furthermore, the publication's sources spoke of her drug use habits and demeanor, and how it got to a point of overwhelming worry. For example, they claim that she takes meds to "hype her up" and is "flying off the handle" by not taking stabilizing medication.
According to TMZ's report, various people close to (and concerned for) the star singer staged an intervention for her. Furthermore, this group consisted of her husband Sam Asghari, her manager, an interventionist, and doctors to be present during the intervention. Moreover, her manager rented a house in Los Angeles for a few months. Reports indicate that the plan was to take Britney to the house on Tuesday (February 7) and for that group to urge her to get help. Also, TMZ reported that her father Jamie Spears and her two sons were not involved in this strategy. As readers may recall, her relationship to them is particularly strained.
Not only that, but they planned for the 41-year-old to stay at the rented house for up to two months. As such, she could receive medical treatment as well as psychological counseling. However, everything changed when Britney became "somewhat aware" of the plan. For some reason, they canceled intervention and the whole process. Still, this struck people as odd. Upon the news, TMZ asked sources close to Britney and Sam why the plan didn't work out. Unfortunately, they got no answers back.
Meanwhile, the publication's sources said that Spears met with a doctor on Wednesday afternoon (February 8). Although it's good news, it's unclear whether the doctor is a physician or a therapist. Still, sources told TMZ that their session "went well." Hopefully, that's a sign of the singer's path towards peace and health. Regardless, come back to HNHH for the latest updates on this story.