Britney Spears has spiraled out-of-control again.
She suffered an emotional breakdown after learning that her former boyfriend Justin Timberlake and his now-wife Jessica Biel had finally married.
People close to Spears say that they fear she will return to the same pattern of self-destructive behavior that landed her in the psych ward in 2008 and had her legally deemed a minor under conservatorship of her dad.
“Britney’s teetering on the brink again,” said a close source recently to National Enquirer. “She had it in her head that she could still win Justin back and even started confiding to friends that she knew he was only threatening to marry Jessica to get her attention.
“It was the ravings of a mad woman.”
When Britney heard that Justin had followed through with his wedding to Jessica, she “cracked,” said the source.
“She flew into a rage and started screaming, banging on a desk and throwing anything she could grab. Then she crumpled onto the floor in a heap of tears.”
Britney and Justin fell in love as Disney Mouseketeers but broke up in 2002 during reports that the bisexual woman had cheated on him with men and women.
Following, Britney’s life took a dive into drug and alcohol addiction, divorcing her husband Kevin Federline, losing custody of her children and being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
In the recent defamation and breach of contract lawsuit brought against Britney and her parents by her ex-manager Sam Lutfi, an attorney for the Spears family said that Britney’s breakup with Justin left her depressed and angry and led to drug use and her downward spiral.
Since her famous emotional meltdown, the 30-year-old has been struggling to regain her stability and is now getting mixed reviews as a judge on Simon Cowell’s “The X Factor” talent show.
Britney has also been struggling with her love life. She called off her upcoming wedding plans to former agent Jason Trawick, 40, over concerns about his commitment to her, according to the Enquirer.
The couple were together recently for her appearance at the taped Whitney Houston Grammy tribute concert, which will be televised in November.
Legally Britney cannot marry Jason unless her conservatorship is transferred to him because she is legally a minor – not an adult – due to her mental illness problems.
Justin, 31, and Jessica, 30, exchanged wedding vows in front of 150 friends and family members in southern Italy on Oct. 19. The couple hosted a five-day celebration at the Borgo Egnazia resort in the town of Fasano.
“Britney’s been having serious doubts about Jason and, as crazy as it sounds, she truly believed she could lure Justin back,” said the source.
“She’s in a bad place right now.”
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