And according to the fitness mogul, who tied the knot with the Princess of Pop back in June, the only person in charge of the Grammy Award winner's life is Spears herself.
"No, man," Asghari chuckled at the question. "I don't even control what we have for dinner."
The Hacks actor was also asked how he felt about the ongoing conspiracy theories swirling online implying that Asghari is the one running her controversial social media accounts — and posting her repeats of racy photos and strange dance videos — in an attempt to hide the true status of her physical and mental health.
"Oh, man, in the past, there has been a lot of stuff going on, so I understand where they're coming from," he replied. "They're just being protective. If anything, they're being good fans."
This comes after Spears' army of supporters accused Asghari of faking photos and using body doubles in a suspicious snap posted on Sunday, December 25.
"The first photo is definitely not Britney! The girl is clearly wearing a wig," one user commented, while another replied, "Not even gonna lie that doesn’t even look like Sam when you zoom in!” mused another fan. “Like look at his chin, that’s not him!!"
However, despite the talk of her being jailed in her own home or even dead, a source confirmed Britney is alive and well.
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old has remained consistent in his insistence that he is simply letting Spears live her own life as she pleases after she was finally set free from the bonds of her allegedly abusive conservatorship in November 2021.
"Who am I to control someone that's been under a microscope and been controlled for most of her life?" Asghari wrote via Instagram on Friday, December 16.
Both Asghari and the source spoke with TMZ about Spears' health and whether or not she was being controlled.