Oops, She Did it Again … Britney Spears Bolts “Promises” Rehab


Hit that rehab one more time Britney … or not. She’s in, she’s out, she’s in, she’s out. Obviously Spears is on a one way mission bound to hit rock bottom. Britney Spears has left rehab again, cured we are sure. Who knew Promises rehab had a cure yourself in 24 hours program? TMZ reporting as well, Spears can’t handle rehab.

Britney certainly has become “Toxic”. Place your date as to when Britney completes her total meltdown.

Posted February 21, 2007 by
Bizarre, Celebrity, Healthcare, WTF | 18 comments

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    18 Responses to “Oops, She Did it Again … Britney Spears Bolts “Promises” Rehab”

    1. da_wench on February 21st, 2007 3:16 pm

      And people wonder why some of the young entertainers these days are losing it. These girls can’t take a poop without the media trying to cover it. It looks like poor Britney needs some real help but all she’s going to get is nasty comments, gossip and pointing fingers. I don’t know why she is going in and out of rehab, but somebody needs to reach out to that girl and show her there is a better way to live. The nasty comments and wishers of harm and ill will on Britney, ANS and others is disgusting.

      I became a member of this blog when Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba. Most here believe that she was murdered by JVDS and the K-2. I feel the same way. I think Joran is a murderer and I don’t mind saying it to anyone who will listen. Although media coverage has all but disappeared in that matter, I continue to come here to read the posts and comment now and then. I have to say that I am sickened by many of the ugly comments made on here about other human beings. I’m not talking about the rapists and murderers. They can all go straight to hell as far as I’m concerned. They are evil and have hurt others and don’t deserve to live, but that is just my opinion.

      Some of the people being talked about on here need (or in the case of ANS..NEEDED) REAL HELP. They are human beings with some serious mental issues brought on by too much money, too many drugs, too much media attention, and freeloaders that only want what they can get and could give a crap less about the poor soul they are hurting/damaging to get it. I wonder how many perfect people post here. I can say for a fact that I am not a murderer, rapist or child molester, so I don’t have any trouble throwing stones at one. I did at one point in my life party too hard and I’ll admit I have said and done things in my past that I wish I had not. Sometimes because of immaturity, sometimes due to intoxication, and sometimes just because I was being a mean or rude witch. But guess what. I’m a good person. I’ve grown up and learned from my mistakes. I was lucky to have friends and family that really cared about me. I just hate that every single thing that some of these young entertainers do is splashed all over the front pages of magazines. The public doesn’t care for these people. All they care about is the entertainment news that includes stories Britney shaving her head.

      We all make mistakes. We have all done things we wished we had not. Can’t some of you people have a heart and wish well for these poor girls who are so caught up in the limelight that they don’t know their own butts from holes in the ground? They need help, not more critizism. The ugly comments and rushes to buy the rag mags that print the gossip only perpetuate the situation. It seems that the people who go on and on about how terrible Britney behaves are wishing terrible things for her. Why? Does it make you feel good to wish bad on others?

      I hope Britney finds her way. She’s a pretty, talented girl with her entire life ahead of her. She has two beautiful babies that need her. Perhaps she suffers from post-partum depression. Does anyone even care?

    2. Miss-Underestimated on February 21st, 2007 3:32 pm

      Does anyone ever think this could all be stunts?

      I mean I can’t recall any thing like this since Robert Downey Jr.

      If this is for real, she needs real help.

    3. Joanie on February 21st, 2007 5:43 pm

      Why is anyone wasting news space on her anyway?

    4. Skyboxx on February 21st, 2007 8:06 pm

      She’s a train wreck in the making. You don’t want to look, but somehow you are compelled to do some rubber necking. Lets hope she doesn’t take innocents down with her, like her children.

      Her family needs to do a Martin Sheen on her backside and step in, even if like Charlie Sheen is against her will. Charlie rebounded, and so can Britney.

    5. Treehouse on February 21st, 2007 11:15 pm

      I’m not a Brit fan. According to my mirror, I’m far too old for that. But, I don’t want to bet on when this young woman will self destruct. She isn’t evil; she may be, at times, silly and inappropriate…but she has been greatly encouraged in, and rewarded for, such behavior in the past.

      She is waking up to the reality of life and finding that it isn’t what she thought it was. We all go though this, but how many of us have anywhere the same amount of distortion to deal with as she does?

      And don’t blame her mom. Or her manager. We did this to her. Yes, we, the public. Now, the decent thing for us to do is to support her and let her know that she is not alone.

      Why are we compelled to destroy lovely people? Just because we can?

    6. Patti on February 22nd, 2007 12:28 am

      Excuse Me?????

      It’s our fault that Britney doesn’t wear underware? Isn’t that a personal choice? Besides, who’s the victim here? Her, because we buy her records; or, us, because she craves the attention of the press? You know she’s making money with all her non-sense, don’t you?

      You think the best thing we can do, at this point, is to support her? Talk about enabling. The very best thing you can do for one that has gone astray is to tell them about it! She’s not going through a stage of life… this is her life and she is the one in charge, not us.

      There have been starlets who have flirted with death before, they either make the changes or they don’t. But, to support her indecent behavior is not my responsibility.

    7. Carpe Noctem on February 22nd, 2007 4:35 am

      Fun with the new
      Britney Spears Wig
      Collection by Wizco!


    8. Treehouse on February 22nd, 2007 10:06 am

      From her teen years, Britney has been asked to WOW the world. Easy to do with just a smile when you are everyone’s darling. Does she know anything else?

      I stand by my comment. Money means nothing if your life is so out of control that you are engaging in forms of self mutilation and are spiraling deeper into depression.

      Britney’s personal choices [mentioned above] are indeed her own. However, her perception of fan expectations are what motivates those choices. Rational or not, her choices are designed to get the attention (adoration, in her mind?) that she’s been conditioned to think she must have from us. (BTW, by “us”, I don’t mean any specific person, but rather the “public” or whatever part of the public that is represented to Britney as being her fan base.)

      Yes, I do think the decent thing for us to do is to support her. That would include telling her that she has gone “astray” as suggested. We are in agreement on this.

      So far as Britney being in charge of her life…well, that’s the point. She isn’t. Her life is so far out of control that she is in danger. The signs are there. I, too, believe in the “pull yourself up by your bootstraps” ethic, up to a point. That point is where the person is unable to help themselves. So, you may be right. I may, indeed, be rightly called an “enabler”.

      As an enabler, I would want to see Britney reclaim her life, and to see that smile of hers become real. I would enable her to stop the self destructiveness and to find her path to a productive life for her and her children.

      I really don’t think that further public humiliation is helpful. Truth, yes; viciousness, no. When Ryan Seacrest says to a bald, male Idol contestant something to the effect that the man is wearing the Britney hair fashion, that’s feeding off Britney’s misery. And it didn’t do much to make Ryan look savvy, either. That was a very public comment, said to the public, heard by the public, and for a depressed Britney not at all likely to turn her around; much more likely to send her further into the darkness.

      Yeah, the decent thing to do is to support her and to let her know that she is not alone. If that is enabling, I’ll happily accept that label.

    9. Treehouse on February 22nd, 2007 10:41 am

      P.S. Do we really want to see Britney commit suicide? Do we really wish her ill just for our entertainment?

      Why is her life any less valuable than Natalee’s life? (And don’t jump to the conclusion that I’m not a supporter of Natalee, Beth and Dave. I am.)

      Beautiful girl makes a poor choice (or choices). Should she have to die for it? The answer is the same in both cases.

      Just as there are people who have no empathy for Natalee, there are people who have no empathy for Britney. They are both young ladies with promising futures who got into bad situations. Natalee was blindsided by destructiveness with no chance to get herself out, and Britney slowly, seemingly unknowingly, sank into destructiveness with many chances to get out. To say that either could have, should have, would have, is useless. It’s in the past. Now deal with the future. Continue trying to find Natalee and serve justice where due, and attempt to rescue Britney before she is lost to us, as well. One cause is not less noble than the other.

      Please, I am not inviting comparisions of Natalee’s and Britney’s lives. We all know the differences and the similarities. My point is simply that the time has come to stop bashing Britney and to help her, if we can. Don’t you wish we had that same opportunity with Natalee? A moment in time where we could snatch her out of K2′s car?

      Well, let’s snatch Britney out of this devil’s car.

    10. da_wench on February 22nd, 2007 1:24 pm

      #5 – Well said.
      #6 – I wish we could all be perfect like you, Patti. Oh wait, you’re hateful and uncaring. Silly me. Who wants to be like that? Do you ever have anything nice to say?
      #8 & 9 – More good comments, Treehouse. Thank you.

    11. da_wench on February 22nd, 2007 1:26 pm

      Um, Patti, when someone points out that Brit needs support, they do not mean to support her poor choices, but to support her in her efforts to get her life together. Doesn’t that make sense to you? Or are you the type that Treehouse mentioned that wants to see Britney committ suicide? Would that make you feel better in your perfect little world?

    12. Patti on February 22nd, 2007 3:17 pm

      Da Wench:

      I don’t have anything against Britney Spears. But, I do have a problem with the things she considers acceptable. Is it becoming to brag about your underware? Is it sexy to go without? Are you a good role model for young mothers, leaving your children with their grandma while you prance around in a trance? Is it genuine to check yourself into rehab, under your mother’s direction, only to walk away from it the next day?

      I’m sorry if you think that I am uncaring or hateful, but we have a whole world full of young women to worry about. It’s not all about Britney. It’s about the message that her actions send to our girls… It’s about the message that she sends to our boys… and it’s about trying to make a difference.

      I’m sorry if you think I’m critical, but there is nothing sexy about being nasty. (period)

    13. Patti on February 22nd, 2007 3:28 pm


      You think we need to support her getting her life together?

      What has she done lately, to get her life together?

    14. da_wench on February 22nd, 2007 7:42 pm

      She walked through the doors of the rehab center. That was her first step. Sometimes recovery is one step forward, two steps back. Do you have personal knowledge as to why she has been going back and forth? Is it because she’s a terrible person and should just die and go to hell? Maybe it’s because she is in serious denial about her personal issues and how she is or is not dealing with them. Maybe she’s afraid. Maybe she can’t look at herself honestly. When you’re addict, whether it be drugs, alcohol, sex or candy, the first step is to admit you have a problem. She is obviously have difficulty doing that…most addicts do. You don’t need to send her love letters, Patti, just maybe get off her arse a bit, eh. Many sweet, young women fall prey to the glitz and glamour of Hollyweird and the vultures who surround them. Maybe when you’re thanking God for the blessings you’ve been given, you can ask that He bless Britney and all the others who are running down the road of self-destruction instead of adding to the negativity that surrounds them.

      By the way, have you heard of the “The Secret”? Look it up. It talks about visualization and the power of positive attitude versus negative attitude. What you send out, comes back. The energy we project has a very direct impact on our daily lives. Why don’t you try sending some positive thoughts and energy to the lost ones instead of hating them for making their mistakes in the public eye. It might even come back to you.

    15. Patti on February 23rd, 2007 4:50 am


      I have worked with at-risk youth. I was on the board of directors for a non-profit organization for over six years. I guess what it boils down to is that you and I have a different opinion on how to get results. You want to take the understanding, “I’ve been through it myself” approach that, in my opinion, is only making excuses.

      I’ve heard it a hundred times before. And in my experience, the kids that have the parents that have been through addiction, usually fair the worse. Do you know why? Because their parents minimize their childrens’ problems, just like you are. I’m real happy for you that you lived through your addictions to candy, sex, alcohol and drugs; but this isn’t about you, it’s about Britney.

      You want to laugh and make your jokes about me wishing bad things on people:

      What if Britney dies from an overdose tomorrow? Then, what would you do? The point that I’m making is that people like you, that have been addicted to drugs and alcohol, can lull a person to sleep. There is no sense of urgency in your reasoning, because, your own experience is that it all took time. While, my opinion is that there is no better time, than now.

      Drug addiction isn’t something that you learn some magical lesson from. It isn’t something that is enlightening. It, in many cases, results in brain damage, disease and death.

      I hope Britney’s mom keeps that in mind.

    16. da_wench on February 23rd, 2007 12:13 pm

      Thanks for the laugh, Patti. I’ve never been addicted to anything but running. My brother, however, was in and out of rehab for years. He’s been clean and sober for four years and doing well. I wonder if we had told him that he was a worthless piece of crap and splashed his addiction and stupid antics all over television and radio if it would have helped him get better sooner. Following him around with a camera to catch everything he did wrong for the world to see sure could have helped him on his road to recovery.

    17. Patti on February 23rd, 2007 12:52 pm


      I’m sorry for your brother. But you don’t have to hurl your anger at me. I don’t make the news. All I do is comment on it. I have never said that I hate Britney, nor have I said that she is worthless. I’ve never said that she should die, nor have I said that she should commit suicide.

      You need counseling.

    18. da_wench on February 23rd, 2007 1:43 pm

      Patti, you are the one hurling anger. You probably think anyone who doesn’t share your opinion needs counseling.

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