Pop singer Britney Spears is so mad to US Weekly for "illegally" publishing photographs of her Fijian honeymoon with husband Kevin Federline. Spears furiosly says in a statement that she is very disappointed to US photographers who irresponsibly take their photographs for their commercial sake, while at the same time she thanks those other magazines for respecting their rights of privacy by not publishing the photographs.
Hit back at Spears adverse statement, US bosses claim their publishing of "Britney's Private Album!" with other pictures of the couple's October tropical honeymoon displayed on five pages inside the magazine, as unlikely privacy. Since Britney has, infact, often sold pictures of both her wedding and her stepdaughter, and thus if she feels annoyed with that publication she should then start a magazine to dictate her own coverage.