Oscar winner Octavia Spencer apologized Britney Spears after they made a joke about how she should get a prenuptial agreement.
After Spencer’s Instagram comment went viral, the actor now publicly apologizes for the joke and any misunderstanding. She also said she went out privately to the newly-engaged couple to say sorry.
“Y’all, a few days ago Sam and Britney announced their engagement and I’m I made a joke,” Spencer posted on her Instagram on Wednesday.
“My intention was to make them laugh without causing pain.”
“I contacted this lovely couple privately to apologize and now just to restore a fortune of happiness from which they were stolen,” Spencer continued. “Britney’s fans saw her through a lot of pain and she found happiness. We’re passionate about her. So let’s show them love.”
Asghari commented on Spencer’s post, accepting her apology. “You are very kind to clarify but I have no hard feelings at all. Jokes and misunderstandings come with territory.”
As the couple announced their engagement on social media last week, Asghari had fun at a prenup, clapping back at the hater, writes, “Thank you to anyone who worries about the prenup! Of course we get iron-clad prenup to protect my jeep and shoe collection in case it dumps me one day.”
Spears’ commitment comes in a long legal battle over her conservatory. The pop star has struggled to get out of the court-ordered arrangement she has been under since 2008, a judge said earlier this summer that she was “traumatized” and accused of her father, Jamie Spears, of “conservatory abuse”. “
Spears’ father has been in charge of her conservatory since 2008, and for the past 13 years, has stated that his daughter must be under conservatory. However, about a week ago, he petitioned the judge to close the conservatory – a shocking turn of events in the dire case that their next hearing on the 29th.
After the Spears announced their engagement news, the star’s Instagram account was deactivated, regarding some of her fans. But the same day, the account was deleted, a tweet was posted on Spears’ Twitter account, saying: “Do not worry people … just take a short break from social media to celebrate my commitment. I’ll be back soon back. “
In recent months as their conservatory case has seen more movement than in the last decade, the Spears have been very grateful to their fans and the entire #FreeBritney movement.
It remains to be seen whether the court will remove Spears from her conservatory during the 29th. However, a legal expert told Variety that while Spears is still under conservatory, she technically does not have the right to marry without permission. by their conservator.
“Technically, she can not sign up for the marriage license while she’s under the conservatory,” said attorney Sarah Wentz, a partner at Fox Rothschild. “The conservator can probably annul the marriage if they did not sign it.”