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After years of saying she'd wait until she was married to lose her virginity, Britney Spears is acknowledging that she had sex with her ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake. I didn't think he was going to go on Barbara Walters and sell me out. They were pop's high-profile power couple for three years before breaking up in spring Actor Jeffrey Jones, best known for his portrayal of a high school official in the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, pleaded no contest Tuesday to inducing a year-old boy to pose for sexually explicit photographs and was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to register as a sex offender. Jones paid a Fontana, Calif. During the sessions that began in , Jones persuaded the boy, identified in court records as Steven C.

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A judge has thrown out Britney Spears' lawsuit against celebrity magazine Us Weekly, ruling the pop star cannot be defamed by published rumors that she and her husband had made a sex tape and were worried about its release. Superior Court Judge Lisa Hart Cole said Spears has "put her modern sexuality squarely, and profitably, before the public eye" and it would be unlikely for the magazine article to be found defamatory. New parents have a new worry: racy footage from It claimed Spears and her husband, Kevin Federline, feared the release of a secret sex tape, which they had viewed with their estate planning lawyers.

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The New York Times' documentary about Britney Spears' controversial conservatorship also reveals how relentless news coverage and speculation about her private life engineered her downfall. At a time when Meghan Markle is criticised for as little as announcing her pregnancy, it seems we as a society still haven't learned from our mistakes. At 39 years old, Britney Spears has spent over half her life as one of the biggest celebrities in the world. Baby One More Time and Oops! I Did It Again.
A classic underdog tale, only with players that we already recognize and care for, who are now picking themselves up by their weathered bootstraps and carrying on, humbled and wizened and buoyed by gratitude. As often as this apologue is repeated, I still catch myself questioning its accuracy: Does the culture not prefer to hold people endlessly responsible for past indiscretions? Are we not far more interested in the perpetual wind-up—in the promise of a reinvention that never quite takes? Is there not some lingering, puritanical kink in the national DNA that makes us all believe that we should be suffering eternally for our sins, even as we demand absolution?