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Britney Spears Has Internet And Cell Phone Use Monitored

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Max Grunner

Britney Spears has been under a conservatorship for more than four years now, and as part of that, those close to The X Factor judge keep a close eye on her internet and cell phone use, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

“Britney’s cell phone and Internet use is restricted and heavily monitored, and this is done for her protection,” a source close to the situation tells Radar. “Britney’s father, Jamie, and her fiance, Jason, want to make sure that her former manager, Sam Lutfi, isn’t able to contact her.

Britney and Jason essentially share a cell phone, and it’s routinely checked to see who has been calling. Furthermore, the cell phones have been programmed to block calls from phone numbers associated with Lutfi. Brit’s computer usage is also restricted in the sense that certain websites are blocked. Her family doesn’t want Britney reading negative stories that would upset her. Again, this is all done with love and for her well-being.”

Meanwhile, a restraining order that the conservators had filed against Lutfi on behalf of the pop star and her children expired earlier this year. “After the restraining order expired, the conservators went to extra lengths to make sure that Sam wasn’t able to contact Britney because there was no longer any criminal threat if he were to violate terms of the restraining order,” the source says.

Britney Spears is a thirty-year old woman who needs full time monitoring and censorship from the outside world and her family believes her biggest problem is her old manager and some websites commenting on how ridiculous her life is?  The girl needs therapy.

She has no self-control and obviously can’t take any criticism without having a breakdown. Get her to a good therapist and tell her to take her family along with her.  If her family thinks the best way to help her is to lock her up in an artificial reality then they are just as delusional as she is.

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