Britney Spears slams tabloids for 'abuse' reports, says new album out in March 2011
Britney Spears says tabloids that reported that her boyfriend Jason Trawick allegedly abused her are "liars" and also announced she plans to release her seventh studio album in March 2011 .
Star magazine had earlier this week quoted Jason Alexander, who in 2005 was married for two days to the pop star, as saying that Spears told him Trawick "beat on me". RadarOnline posted an audio clip of what it said was the conversation between the two. Spears called the story "false" and the recording "fake".
"Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars, Ya'll can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana (expletive)!" Spears said on her Twitter page on Thursday, when she turned 29. "Ok, off on a romantic weekend with Jason for my birthday. xoxo Brit."
Spears and Trawick, who was once her agent, are said to have begun dating in the summer of 2009. The singer has two sons - Preston, 4, and Jayden, 3, - with ex-husband Kevin Federline, to whom she was married between the fall of 2004 and July 2007.
Spears has in recent years rebuilt an image many thought was forever tarnished by rehab stints for substance abuse, excessive partying and a now-infamous head-shaving incident from 2007. Her comeback is on a steady track with appearances on 'Glee', a successful tour and an endorsement deal with Elizabeth Arden, putting her at No. 3 on Forbes' list of Hollywood's highest-earning women with $64 million.
"I'm almost done with my new album and it will be coming out this March," Spears said. " I AM IN L-O-V-E WITH IT!"
Spears' last album, the 2008 record "Circus", has sold more than four million copies, including one million in the United States.