Britney Spears' upcoming memoir is apparently in the clear after it was reported that it had been "delayed by four months."
Earlier this week, sources told The Sun that the attorneys of the singer’s exes, Justin Timberlake and Colin Farrell have threatened to pursue litigation against Britney if excerpts containing details about her romances with both the stars are not removed.
However, the claims were refuted by sources in the latest report of the Daily Mail, who assured there were "no legal threats" from either of the exes.
For the unversed, the Toxic singer dated Timberlake from 1999 to 2002, while she was briefly linked to Farrell in 2003, who later denied they had dated.
The insider revealed that "the legal process meant the publication was held up by four months as discussions went back and forth about what could be included."
"But that has finally now been settled and her autobiography is all ready to go," they affirmed.
The source also gushed about the "brilliant and heartfelt" account of Britney’s life contained in the treasured memoir, which is set to hit the bookshelves on Oct 24.
"It has given Britney the chance to tell her own story," the insider said, "which certainly hasn't been easy but which will be incredibly enlightening for her fans."
The content of the autobiography is unclear, however, the book’s publisher Gallery Books promised a "brave and astonishingly moving story about freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith and hope," according to the press release.