When Britney Spears during in her conservatorship hearing that she wants to have more children, that didn't come as a shock to an ex-boyfriend. In fact, he says that the pop star desperately wants to have a baby girl.
The ex spoke to Page Six but didn't want to be identified for fear of retribution from the Spears family.
"What she wants more than anything is to have a baby girl," he said. "That's all she's ever wanted, really. They kept her from that. They told her she had to do the Vegas show instead."
The ex believes that things have gotten worse for Britney over the years because of the conservatorship, which has been in place for 13 years. He also said he was unaware that the "Toxic" singer had an IUD implanted to prevent her from getting pregnant. Britney said in her testimony that she was forced to wear the IUD under the conservatorship.
"I just assumed they were giving her birth control pills every day since there was no way they'd let her get pregnant when there was the Vegas show to do," the ex said.
Behind closed doors, Britney's sex life was normal.
"That was normal," the mystery man, who dated Britney for two years, said. "Britney was by herself in the house. That part was OK."
However, the ex insists Jamie Spears, Britney's dad, always used her two sons — Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden, 14 — against her.
"She was afraid to rebel or speak out because she was worried they'd totally take her kids away," he claimed. "The whole family was making money off her. Her father made at least $200,000 a year off her while she got only a $2,000-a-week allowance. He's a f–king loser… Without Britney's money he wouldn't have anything."
Jamie has controlled Britney's finances and most of her life since the conservatorship began in 2008. The ex agrees that a temporary conservatorship was needed in the beginning when the pop star was living her life erratically, but he believes that the conservatorship should have been over and done with in a matter of days.
"All they had to do was help her straighten out, get clean and get with the right people," said the former boyfriend. "Instead they saw it as a way to get control of her, put her under their thumb and make money off her."