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Abortion, infidelity: Justin Timberlake very worried about Britney Spears’ book

Justin Timberlake, who had a high-profile relationship with Britney Spears from 1999 to 2002, is reportedly very worried about the upcoming release of the singer’s much-anticipated memoir, according to Page Six.

According to several sources, Timberlake is absolutely obsessed with the content of the book and the revelations included by the singer about their tumultuous relationship and break-up.


But then TMZ dropped a bombshell and claimed that Britney reveals in her book that she had become pregnant with Justin’s child when both were 19, and that after much discussion, she had decided to have an abortion. A decision that would have haunted the singer for many years.

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake had a highly publicized love affair in the early 2000s. They first met as young actors on the TV show The Mickey Mouse Club, and later became one of the most important celebrity couples of their time.

But attention on the couple reached a frenzy when they separated in 2002… and this quickly led to much speculation, about possible infidelities, among other things.

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After their break-up, Justin Timberlake came up with a song titled Cry Me a River and a video in which he seemed to depict a broken relationship and an unfaithful ex-girlfriend. Although Timberlake didn’t explicitly mention Britney Spears in the song, the lyrics and video led to much speculation that the song was about their relationship and break-up. This fueled the tabloids and increased public interest surrounding their split.

The drama surrounding their break-up certainly played an important role in the public’s perception of Britney Spears afterwards, as she went through personal difficulties that began around this time.

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With a relationship like this, it’s easy to see why Timberlake is curious to know what Britney will reveal about their relationship…

Britney’s memoir, The Women In Me, is released on October 24.

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