Britney Reveals A Very Unhealthy Coke Habit In Rehab

Hmmm….well it looks like Britney is actually a coke girl…not a pepsi girl!

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Looks like Britney Spears has become a Coke fiend. Not that other kind of coke.

Britney has been drinking 24 cans of Coca-Cola a day, according to Star.

And reportedly, Britney hasn’t been an ideal patient, according to Star.

“Britney has a seriously bad attitude problem,” an “insider” tells Star. “She’s been very demanding; acts like a 12-year-old and throws temper tantrums when she doesn’t get what she wants!

“She refuses to pick up after herself and even asked if she could hire a maid!” adds the source. “She’s asking for this and that, special food, special everything … and she’s not that nice to anyone.”

It’s likely that Britney is acting out, reports that mag, because she feels she doesn’t belong in rehab in the first place.

“I heard she keeps saying she is just sick from postpartum depression and that she does not have any real addiction problem, which is a joke,” the source tells the mag. “She has an addiction”

This is probably just silly gossip! I still feel bad for her…being in a rehab facility and being away from her babies has to be very difficult.

Very silly thought….could she really be drinking 24 cans of regular coke?! Wouldn’t that be a week’s calorie allowance!? Yikes!


Britney Reveals Bulimia Battle

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Britney Spears, 25, has confessed to doctors that she has been suffering from the eating disorder bulimia since she was 16.
Britney tearfully told rehab staff – already treating her for drug and alcohol abuse – that she “pigs out” on junk food like burgers, sweets, biscuits and ice cream then makes herself vomit to avoid putting on weight.

Britney’s nine-year nightmare, revealed in an American magazine, was confirmed by a senior source at the Promises center in Malibu, California.

She entered the center last month after shaving her head at a hair salon.

“Doctors are alarmed at the physical state she is in,” said the source. “They confronted her about her desperately unhealthy lifestyle and the truth came pouring out.”

Britney said she managed to stop the dangerous habit during her two pregnancies.

But as soon as sons Sean Preston and Jayden James were born, she began the desperately unhealthy cycle again in an effort to lose her added baby weight.

On top of her alcohol and alleged cocaine use, the bulimia turned her into a “human wreck”, according to the source, who added: “When she came here she was shaking and baking. Her whole body was wracked by spasms and she was hot one minute, then freezing cold the next.”

“Her first week in detox was real hell. She was in a total mess but slowly she’s pulling through.”

Dietary specialists at Promises are working with doctors to help Britney conquer the eating disorder – famously suffered by Princess Diana – which was discovered when specialists realized why her medications were not working.

The source said: “For the first few days, she’d take her tablets, then go off and eat breakfast or lunch. She was throwing the whole lot up, so, naturally, her medications weren’t working. Now that the medical experts know why, her progress should pick up a little speed.”

Poor Britney…


Brooke Shields Reaches Out To Britney

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Brooke Shields is reaching out to Britney Spears, who is currently in rehab.

“I hope she’s fine,” Brooke, 41, tells TV’s Access Hollywood in an interview to air Monday. “I believe she’s going to be fine, and she just needs the support and her kids. She’s their only mom, and she’ll earn that back in her own mind.”

Brooke, who suffered postpartum depression after the birth of Rowan, says that if Britney (mom to Sean Preston, 18 months, and Jayden James, 6 months) is suffering from the condition as some have speculated, “then it really needs to be reckoned with, and it’s very common, and she’ll get through it.”

Brooke, the mother of two daughters, Rowan, 3, and 10-month-old Grier, wrote the book Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression about her struggle with postpartum depression.

“If Britney is reading my book,” Brooke adds, “I hope it’s helping her. If it’s not, and she wants to talk to someone, I’m available.”

Brooke, who like Britney has been a public figure since she was a child, says the constant pressure of being in the media spotlight may have contributed to the singer’s trouble. “She is followed every moment of her life, and she’s documented every minute of her life.”

I haven’t read Brooke’s book, but it sounds like a great resource for moms struggling with postpartum depression.