The Parent Pimp Handbook
As you know, Lynne Spears wrote a tell-all complete with juicy details on Britney’s plummet called Through The Storm: A Real Tale Of Fame And Family In A Tabloid World.
Details from her memoirs have now been leaked – nothing that would shock you, all things considered, except the tragic reality that her recollections won’t serve as a valid explanation so much as a roadmap for every other exploitative parent out there who thinks she has a Britney/Miley enrolled in pre-school.
Because the underlying current of Lynne’s book is, once again, a lack of accountability.
- Britney started drinking when she was 13, allowed by Lynne so long as she was supervised
- Britney dated an 18 year old when she was 14 and lost her virginity to him
- Britney went to Hollywood and allegedly started doing drugs before her 16th birthday, caught boarding a private plane at that age with weed and cocaine
- Britney and Justin shared a room and had sex
Lynne says she blames herself – for allowing managers and Hollywood folks to control and market her daughter. In other words: half ass ownership. There would be no managers if there was no ambition. There would be no Hollywood if there was a mother who hadn’t let her 6 year old be a 6 year old.
How can a 6 year old differentiate between how badly she wants a cookie and how badly she wants a career? I’m sure there’s a perfectly reasonable answer that someone who’s not a childless shrew would easily understand.
Says the source who has read the book:
“Lynne says if she had known helping her daughter Britney follow her dreams would cost her her soul, she would never have done it.”
And there you have it: they were Britney’s dreams.
They weren’t MY dreams! They were my baby’s dreams! Every mother wants to make those dreams come true!
A stage mother through and through. And a stage mother even today. With stage mothers, there’s always that element of “destiny”.
It’s not even been a year since Britney’s collapse and hospitalisation. Already this woman is trading on her daughters to sell a project.
There are actually idiots out there who will not only buy this, they will believe it. And they will be inspired by it, guaranteeing that we will have a next generation. Yay for child stardom!
Source The Daily Mail