Britney Spears' $15M Memoir Proceeds Excluded from Sam Asghari's Share

Britney Spears' $15M Memoir Proceeds Excluded from Sam Asghari's Share
Published 10 months ago on Aug 24, 2023

The memoir, expected to reveal candid insights into her life and experiences, has generated an estimated $15 million in book deal revenue. However, her estranged husband, Sam Asghari, will reportedly not have access to any portion of these earnings, according to sources close to the situation.

Britney Spears will release her memoir "The Woman in Me" next month as planned despite her impending divorce from Sam Asghari and he will not profit from it, sources tell us.

The impending divorce between Spears, 41, and Asghari, 29, has been a subject of public interest, prompting questions about potential financial implications. While reports previously hinted at a possible deal that could entitle Asghari to a million dollars for each year of their marriage in the event of a separation, insider sources have confirmed that the couple has a solid prenuptial agreement in place.

Britney Spears won’t have to pay a penny from her estimated $15 million book deal to her estranged husband, Sam Asghari, according to sources. They married last year and began divorce proceedings last week.britneyspears/Instagram

This prenup stipulates that Asghari will not receive any share of Spears' earnings from her memoir. Even if the book addresses the details leading to their 14-month-long marriage's dissolution, Asghari will reportedly not profit from it.

Spears’ memoir, “The Woman in Me”, will be released on October 24, and will not be pushed back following her marriage split, Page Six is told.Gallery Books/Mega

The pair's relationship has been under scrutiny, with revelations of Spears' lavish spending on private jets and luxury vacations for Asghari, despite him reportedly being absent for extended periods. Amid these details, the confirmation that her book revenues remain her own adds another layer to the discussion about her finances.

Asghari, pictured with their pet pooch, will not get anything in the millions, due to his “iron clad” pre-up with Spears, according to insiders.samasghari/Instagram

Spears' financial history has been complex, marked by periods of considerable earnings as well as financial challenges. Despite her meteoric rise to fame in the 1990s, Spears faced financial difficulties due to a tumultuous period of erratic behavior. The subsequent conservatorship arrangement in 2008, overseen by her family, aimed to restore her financial stability.

Spears had a net worth of nearly $60 million on December 31, 2018, according to court filings.

The conservatorship facilitated Spears' return to financial stability, boosting her earnings through various avenues such as tours and a Vegas residency. However, Spears' music income has waned over the years, and her earnings primarily come from royalties, security, and household staff expenses.

Spears is paying more more than $20,000 a month in child support for her sons, Jayden James and Sean Preston, to their father, Kevin Federline.Britney Spears/Instagram

As Spears prepares to share her life story through her memoir, her financial journey also comes into focus. Her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, has reportedly provided his services pro bono recently, highlighting the complexities of her legal and financial circumstances. Despite the ongoing financial intricacies, sources close to the situation affirm that Spears remains financially secure, with an estimated net worth of around $60 million.

Spears’ now-teen sons, pictured here in 2013, live in Hawaii with Federline.

As the world awaits the release of "The Woman in Me," Spears' memoir promises not only a glimpse into her personal life but also a deeper understanding of her journey through fame, personal challenges, and financial complexities.


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