The Toxic singer was put under a conservatorship nearly four years ago and documents from the case dating December 31, 2010 showed at the time that she had assets totaling $32,376,140.90 although sources claim that number does not include a number of other valuable assets.
But since that date Britney has added to her fortune with her TV deal as well as $68 million in earnings from her recent world tour. The singer was also named runner up on Forbes' latest list of highest paid women in entertainment – second only to Oprah Winfrey.
A breakdown of how Brit spends her money has been revealed and showed that in 2010 the mother-of-two spent $303,673.72 in child support and care, $27,265 in cleaning expenses, $61,295.12 on personal grooming and wardrobe.
The rent for her lavish home in Calabasas came to $19,000 a month while her electric bill was $5,629.43, gas bill was $1,841 and her water bill $2,278.27.
Britney's auto expenses were nearly $60,000 and she didn't even buy a new set of wheels that year.
Much of Brit Brit's money has come from her seven albums, touring and merchandising deals during her 15 years in the limelight and a ton of endorsement deals including 10 successful fragrances.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for The X Factor has admitted that the "Judges Homes" part of the show is not necessarily filmed at the judges' own homes but just a lavish house of their choice.
During Wednesday's shows, viewers saw Britney, Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid and Demi Lovato mentoring their groups at their houses but Simon's "Miami home" was really that of New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez.
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