The Associated Press has begun preparing Britney Spears' obituary, it has been reported.
Is said to be suffering from a chronic mood disorder and predicted to be dead in six months if she does not undergo medical treatment to overcome the illness, Britney Spears surely has raised even more concern. Concerning her latest mental condition, the world's largest news agency The Associated Press reportedly has begun preparing her obituary.
AP entertainment editor Jesse Washington did confirm the report, telling US Weekly "We are not wishing it, but if Britney passed away, it's easily one of the biggest stories in a long time."
Washington went on saying, "I think one would agree that Britney seems at risk right now. Of course, we would never wish any type of misfortune on anybody and hope that we would never have to use it until 50 years from now ... but if something were to happen, we would have to be prepared."
In his further explanation, Washington also revealed that the AP has a "pretty extensive obituary operation," and that staffers are "constantly adding people."
Spears' camp has not yet issued any comment though.