Britney Spears is writing new book about murdered girl who gets stuck in limbo

Britney Spears is planning on writing a fiction book that takes inspiration from her conservatorship battle.

The 39-year-old singer has announced she is going to put pen to paper on a book about a “girl who was murdered” who finds her ghost “stuck in limbo”.

Britney explained the book will see the girl’s ghost try to come to terms with the “trauma and pain” she had endured throughout her life so that she can finally cross to the other side.

In a post on Instagram, she wrote: "I’m writing a book about a girl who was murdered … yet her ghost gets stuck in limbo because of trauma and pain and she doesn’t know how to cross over to the world she used to know!!!!

"After being stuck in limbo for three years, she is a ghost who thrives off of her reflection in her mirror for existence!!!! She has no one she can trust but something happens and she figures out how to cross over to the world where her family is!!!"

She added: "She found a portal by citing certain prayers constantly that give her the insight and gift to not be scared anymore and come out of limbo …

"But what I will leave to the IMAGINATION is what she does when she crosses over …… besides learning to write her name again."

The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker’s book plan comes after her recent victory in her conservatorship case, which saw her father Jamie Spears suspended from overseeing his daughter’s finances.

Jamie was temporarily replaced by John Zabel, a certified public accountant, who will remain in the position until at least November 12,when the next scheduled court hearing for Britney’s conservatorship is set to take place.

The move marks a huge success for Britney, who has been under the conservatorship since 2008, and spoke out during a court hearing about the hardships she had faced.

Britney's dad Jamie had already stepped down from overseeing his daughter's personal affairs in 2019.

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