Britney Spears’ family hurt her “deeper than you’ll ever know.”
The ‘Oops I Did It Again” hitmaker recently saw her father removed from his position as co-conservator of her estate and is hoping to have the legal agreement – which has prevented her from being in control of her own affairs since 2008 – dissolved entirely but insisted she is still seeking “justice” from those who have hurt her over the years.
She wrote on Instagram: “This message is to my family … for hurting me deeper than you’ll ever know !!! I know the conservatorship is about to be over but I still want justice !!! I’m only 5’4″ and I’ve played the bigger person my entire life … do you know how hard that is ???”
The ‘Lucky’ singer recently warned her family that if she ever does a tell-all interview, she won’t hold back about her treatment over the last decade.
She continued: “I started experiencing that when I got the keys to my car for the first time 4 months ago and it’s been 13 years !!!! I haven’t done anything to be treated the way I have for the past 13 years !!! I’m disgusted with the system and wish I lived in another country !!!”
Britney added alongside a snap of her Christmas tree: “I’m celebrating Christmas way early this year … because why not ???!!! I believe any reason to find more joy in life is a good idea … and it’s no secret that I’ve been through it in the past … so I might have to do things a little differently from now on !!! Lord have mercy on my family’s souls if I ever do an interview !!! In the meantime … I’m staying clear of the business which is all I’ve ever known my whole life … which is why this is so very confusing for me !!! Anyway … God bless you all ()”
Britney’s mom, Lynne Spears, has been a source of support and advocating for her daughter’s wishes in court for the last two years, but last year, her older brother, Brian Spears, described the conservatorship as a “good thing” for their whole family.
The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker’s younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, has faced a lot of criticism from #FreeBritney supporters for not using her public platform to support her sister, but she previously defended her decision to stay quiet.
She wrote on Instagram in June: “Maybe I didn’t support her the way the public would like me to with a hashtag on a public platform. But I can assure you that I’ve supported my sister — long before there was a hashtag — and I’ll support her long after.”