hey hey everyone! so i woke up to the news that britney spears has been released from cedars-sinai medical center – earlier than expected (she was originally supposed to spend 72 hours under lockdown) but apparently she was throwing a fit and being generally unruly – but britney did get a visit from dr. phil mcgraw and now word is that she might be appearing on his daytime talk show this coming monday – yeah that’s totally the best place for her to get the help brit desperately needs – ugh – if she goes on that show – brit is a total dumbass! my darling courtney love is also chiming on on ms. spears situation via her myspace blog…which you can read below! you just gotta love ms. love’s rambling blog style – it’s always a little messy but you totally get her point!
nuthouse man was that truly neccessary? Poor thing, i didnt need to see all that fecal matter on the walls but Thaliens at Cedars is obviously loads nicer than Bellevue- shes takingt far too much adderol, thats what ive heard and what appears to be the issue to me wich is by the way none of my fucking business.or ours. I hope she gets a smoke soon, they dont let you smoke for 72 hours on a 5150, its blows for her, and i feel bad for her , really really bad for her- i came in as an outsiderso i didnt come in as a sweetheart, its slightly easier for me, i was never a good girl,l its still sucks ass, but oh whatever….nevermind.bless i hope people stop hurting on her. xxc
and just a little while ago dr. phil released the statement below to entertainment tonight…i don’t know why he’s involved – there must be a better doctor that isn’t a public figure that could help ms. spears deal with her issues privately – everything about this situation is wrong wrong wrong! who knows what will transpire over the next few days? oh good times! popbytes over & out for now…xxoo!
My meeting with Britney and some of her family members this morning in her room at Cedars leaves me convinced more than ever that she is in dire need of both medical and psychological intervention. She was released moments before my arrival and was packing when I entered the room. We visited for about an hour before I walked with her to her car. I am very concerned for her…