After it was reported that Britney Spears spent one day in rehab earlier in the week, the pop star has shocked fans again by shaving her head (, courtesy of ABC News).
Spears, 25, reportedly followed the head-shaving incident by getting a tattoo.
It’s been a whirlwind week for the singer. On Tuesday, Hollywood.com’s That Other Blog posted a letter from Spears’ former assistant, Felicia Culotta, voicing, amongst other things, concern from herself and her former employer’s family (Click here to read Felicia's letter).
The following day, as first reported by news show Extra, Spears checked into a rehab facility in Antigua, only to check herself out 24 hours later.
Speculation and rumors have run rampant regarding the star’s lifestyle since splitting from Kevin Federline in November of last year.
Spears’ reported hard-partying ways immediately following her split from Federline were well-documented, as was her concurrent—and rumored short-lived—friendship with Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, who has since entered rehab in California.
And on Friday, there was news of her two exes, Justin Timberlake and Federline, having struck up a friendship based in part on their ex in common.
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Pop star Britney Spears checked herself into a rehab facility in Antigua, but abruptly left after only one day of treatment.
The “Toxic” singer has been criticized for her constant partying since filing for divorce from Kevin Federline in November.
According to People magazine, the 25-year-old checked herself into rocker Eric Clapton's Crossroads Center Wednesday, but then checked out less than 24 hours later.
On Tuesday, Spears' former assistant Felicia Culotta, wrote a letter that was posted on Hollywood.com's That Other Blog (Click here to read Felicia's letter), stating that Spears' friends and family were trying to get her to seek professional help, without much success.
She wrote, "There's just so much you can do to help a person. I cannot convince her in any way to love herself.
"I cannot save her from herself, nor can I commit her to any type of treatment program against her wishes and will.
"I am throwing my hands up and realising that I am helpless over another."
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