Britney Spears and her husband, Sam Asghari, separated after an argument involving allegations of cheating. Per gossip website, TMZ, sources with direct knowledge said that the actor confronted Spears over rumors she cheated about a week ago. It hasn’t been verified if there is any truth to the rumor, but the sources tell the gossip site that Asghari believed it, and the couple had a huge fight.
Sources say that the Iranian-American model has moved out of their house. As one source put it, “It’s only a matter of time before Sam files for divorce.” Per the gossip site, they allege that there has already been “deep trouble” for months. They previously reported that Sam wasn’t sleeping at the house much. It was also reported that the “Till The World Ends” singer has been getting physical with her husband and they’ve been screaming at each other. Additionally, Sam was reportedly sick of Britney’s erratic behavior following the termination of her conservatorship.
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Britney has a prenup that protects her assets, but TMZ postulates that the end of their marriage will result in Britney paying Sam some sort of compensation. The couple started dating in 2016 after meeting on the set of Spears’ music video for “Slumber Party.” The physical trainer popped the question in 2021, and a year later, the pair wed in an intimate ceremony in Britney’s Thousand Oaks home. Neither Sam nor Britney have commented about the breakup on their social media accounts at the time of our posting.
As we previously reported, the pop star announced her highly-anticipated memoir is coming out later this year. Titled Britney Spears: The Woman In Me, fans can expect Spears to dish out secrets she’s held on to during the course of conservatorship, as well as the events following. The Woman in Me is available to pre-order. According to the book’s official site, it is “written with remarkable candor and humor.” Leading up to the July announcement, Britney told her 42 million followers that she worked her “a– off,” and it took “a lot of therapy” to get the book done.