Is Jason Trawick about to dump Britney Spears?

Getty Images File PhotoHollyscoop ran an exclusive rumor that Jason Trawick is planning on breaking up with Britney Spears.

Getty Images File PhotoHollyscoop ran an exclusive rumor that Jason Trawick is planning on breaking up with Britney Spears.

Just when it looked like everything was going well for Britney Spears (major earnings, “X-Factor,” hair extensions that have successfully blended in with her stubby coif), now it seems she is about to be dumped by Jason Trawick.

Hollyscoop is running the “exclusive” rumor that he is planning on jettisoning the singer ASAP, even going as far as to warn her family ahead of time so that they can be there for her and hide the Gillette hair clippers.

An unnamed source (man, that guy gets around!) told Hollyscoop that Trawick has had enough and wants out, and that Spears is not going to see it coming at all (well, unless she reads this).

Did we mention that he’s also her manager? This could get interesting.

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