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Monday, November 12, 2007
London (ANI): Britney Spears' former assistant has revealed that the troubled pop star had set up a shrine to ex-hubby Kevin Federline after the couple split. The former employee, Kalie Machado also revealed that the 'Toxic' singer used to regularly walk around her home naked.
"Sure she walked around naked. But only in her wing of the house and in her own bedroom," the Daily Mail quoted her, as saying. Machado also said that the 25-year old singer had tried to shave her head multiple times before finally being forced into rehab in February.
She said that Spears struggled to cope with the breakdown of her marriage, and apart from keeping her wedding dress in a case in the entrance of her home, she also held on to Kevin's possessions. "Britney kept all Kevin's clothes and she would wander into his wardrobe and look at them. You could say it was a shrine to him - or to their marriage at least," she said.
"She felt so unwanted and she's already insecure. It just made her crazy and depressed. "She was incredibly sad and lonely while I was with her. I could tell she desperately wanted him back. She'd burst into tears when he wouldn't return her calls," she added. Machado further said that the mother of two would cry herself to sleep at night.
"She'd cry at night a lot. She would sob, 'Why isn't he calling back? Doesn't he love me and the babies?'" she said. Machado added that her former boss now needed 'mental help'. "Maybe my speaking out may do some good in the long run. But a lot needs to change in her life. She needs mental help," she said.