Britney checks into mental health facility over worries about father

Britney checks into mental health facility over worries about father

Britney checks into mental health facility over worries about father

The pop superstar checked into the unnamed facility last week, she's believed to be staying for 30 days.

In the caption she wrote that everyone needs "a little 'me time, '" followed by a smile emoji.

The insider told Fox News that the "Womanizer" singer "felt that she needed to take some time to focus on herself" while she cares for her father Jamie Spears following his "life-threatening" colon rupture.

Back in November, Spears announced she was taking a break from her new show, Domination, after her father was hospitalized and nearly died.

The Baby One More Time hitmaker was admitted at the end of March and is expected to remain in treatment for a month. She has very hard emotional and mental health issues.

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As you know, Spears pulled the plug on her 2019 Las Vegas "Domination" residency, citing her father's condition as the reason for the business cancellation. However, as Britney mentioned in her post, he had a long road of recovery ahead of him after his hospitalisation.

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Spears said in the statement that her family has a special relationship and she wants to be with them at this time like they have always been there for her.

Shortly before the news broke, Britney took to Instagram to post a message lauding the importance of self-care.

"They are very close".

Taking to Instagram, Spears wrote: "I've been looking forward to this show and seeing all of you this year, so doing this breaks my heart".

As news of the story broke, Spears took to Instagram to share her initial message of inspiration, she captioned, "We all need to take time for a little 'me time.'" It was her first post in almost three months.

"I appreciate your prayers and support for my family during this time", she finished. Some include: "No matter how hopeless and depressed you feel", "No matter how stuck you feel" and "No matter how bad things are right now".

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