Britney Spears' mother is set to lift the lid on the troubled singer's life - with revelations that she was drinking at 13 and lost her virginity the following year. Mrs Spears also says her daughter lost her virginity aged 14 to an year-old high school football player soon after she quit the programme. Britney Spears' mother Lynne's new book contains explosive revelations that the star was drinking at 13, sexually active at 14 and took drugs at A source has told how Britney was dating the football star while at school, and how her mother encouraged the relationship because she thought it would make her more popular.
Britney Exposé: "Virginity" Was Pure PR, Lost It at 14
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Being a Britney Spears fan has its trials and tribulations. After all, Brit Brit has been on the scene since That is a pretty long time, and it's been full of many highs and lows. This means that the fans who have stuck by the pop princess are very loyal.
Not that innocent: Lawyer claims Britney Spears lost virginity at 14
Two revelations are available courtesy of W magazine's cover profile of Britney Spears, due on newsstands Friday. First, she's no longer a virgin. And second, she's enlisted P. Diddy and Moby for her upcoming album.
Lawyer Eric Ervin, who worked with Britney during the earlier part of her career, claims her "virgin" image, which included a vow by the star to save herself for marriage, was purely a "PR blitz. In fact, Britney lost her virginity at 14 to childhood sweetheart Reg Jones, according to the interview in the latest issue of American publication Us Weekly. Mr Ervin claims Britney's relationship with former 'N Sync singer Justin Timberlake in was intimate from the very beginning, despite the star's public declarations to the contrary. It has also been revealed Britney's paternal grandmother, Emma Jean Spears, committed suicide at just The magazine reports she suffered from depression and committed suicide at the grave of her infant son, who had died eight years earlier.