Britney Spears says family hurt her deeply, wants justice despite winning conservatorship against Jamie Spears


On Monday, Britney Spears posted a photo of an old typewriter, besides which three pink roses were placed. She wrote that she found her mini typewriter. She also asked her followers about how they felt when people they loved bailed on them or left after ten minutes. Although she is finally coming out of the trauma that her almost 13-year old conservatorship by her father Jamie Spears caused, she is still hurt and angry.

The pop princess also wrote that it was “humiliating” and that almost every person she opened to were available to her only when it was convenient for them and that she was now “no longer available to any of them.”

She also said that she didn’t mind “being alone” and was tired of being “Mother Teresa” and that if people were rude to her then she was done with them and she concluded the post saying “peace out.”


Britney Spears had a few strong words for her family as she mentioned that the following message was for her family. She said that the message was directed to her family “for hurting me deeper that you’ll ever know!!!” She also said that she was only 5’4” and that she had “played the bigger person” her entire life and questioned if they knew how hard it had been for her.

James ‘Jamie’ Spears took over as her conservator in 2008 and micro-managed her personal, financial and medical affairs. The Pop princess and her new attorney Mathew Rosengart and a movement called #Free Britney finally managed to get Jamie suspended from her conservatorship on September 29.

Early October, Britney had said that her family would require “mercy” if she decided to do a tell-all interview. On November 12, there should be a hearing to address the conservatorship termination issue.

Britney also said that she no longer wanted to be in the “business” and that she wanted to post less on social media as she was afraid of doing something wrong. She also said that she was “disgusted with the system and that she wished that she lived in another country.”

Source Page Six, The Sun

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