KEY POINTS

  • Britney Spears' makeup artist claims her conservatorship controls whether she can get married and have more kids
  • Maxi says Spears would have had a group of friends supporting her if not for her conservatorship
  • Sam Asghari "went through a lot of hell" to be with Spears, the makeup artist claims

Britney Spears would have probably had more children and tied the knot with boyfriend Sam Asghari if not for her conservatorship, her makeup artist has claimed.

Spears' makeup artist Maxi appeared on the Thursday episode of the "Calababes Podcast," where he spoke about the "Toxic" hitmaker's conservatorship and how it has affected her personal life.

"I can tell you what they’re still controlling to this day is whether she has a baby or not, whether she gets married or not, who her friends are, and those are some big things," Maxi said.

"We’re talking about some 'Handmaid’s Tale'-type things to keep her from having a baby," the makeup artist continued. "Like, we’re talking … I can’t detail it and I’m not gonna specifically say, but I will say for sure, she would’ve had a baby by now. She would’ve probably been married to [boyfriend] Sam [Asghari] by now. She would have groups of friends around her."

The celebrity makeup artist added that Spears' father, Jamie Spears, put a strain on her relationship with her personal trainer boyfriend, 26. Her dad was allegedly controlling her relationship with Asghari, whom Maxi claimed went through a difficult time to be with the Grammy winner.

"At that time, she was under the conservatorship basically controlled by the father, but even at that time she was able to bring in Sam as a boyfriend," the makeup artist said.

"Now Sam was put through hell by the father and I can’t detail all the things that he went through, but he went through a lot of hell to even be with her," he added.

Maxi said the situation was "sad" but that things were getting better, with Spears having "more control over her social media." 

Spears' dad is her sole conservator, but she has requested to remove him from the position. The singer wanted to replace him and make her longtime care manager, Jodi Montgomery, her permanent conservator, but her request has not yet been granted. 

In August, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) offered support to the "Baby One More Time" singer in her ongoing legal battle with her dad over her conservatorship.

"People with disabilities have a right to lead self-directed lives and retain their civil rights," the ACLU wrote on Twitter. "If Britney Spears wants to regain her civil liberties and get out of her conservatorship, we are here to help her."

Britney Spears Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on April 12, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/VALERIE MACON