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Britney Spears Slams Her Father A Year After Her Conservatorship Ends

Britney Spears recently revealed that her estranged father, Jamie, was trying to kill her.

Britney Spears was freed from a 13-year conservatorship in 2021. And this year on Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the end of Britney Spears’13-year conservatorship. To mark the event, the singer took to Instagram to rant about her estranged father Jamie, whom she’s currently suing for conservator abuse.

The singer shared a lengthy statement beginning with, “I mean it felt like my dad was trying to kill me.” Britney continues, “I’ve spoken about it several times, have proof, and witnesses of what he did.” Britney pointed out how she was forced to work ‘seven days a week’ headlining her $137.7M-grossing Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas from 2013-2017 immediately followed by the 31-date Piece of Me Tour in 2018.

The singer continues, “I have the hours I worked on a schedule seven days a week – labour laws. I have proof of all of it. Spoke about it live in court during Covid [on June 23, 2021]. Nope, it’s not a big deal! I mean my mom [Lynne] laughed and said, ‘I’m so happy the judge didn’t stand you up for three hours in your room this time then cancel on you like she did last time!'”

The Hold Me Closer hitmaker aims to ‘end the system’ she was forced to be in and hopes that those involved don’t ‘get to walk away like they did nothing.’ ‘I truly believe anyone going through that situation would have never made it,’ Britney stated. She added, “If I was valued and respected, then my father would be locked up in two seconds! People say you will have to put up a lot of money and sue and sit for hours and not be able to use my feet again when I want to run outside, no thank you, to prove these allegations are true!”

Spears also shared, “I will never put up more money and go to court to see if my dad gets prosecuted! I choose to smile and put it in my family’s face until the day I die.” Spears solemnly revealed that October 19, 2021, was the first time she got her very own ATM card to make purchases by herself in ‘nearly 15 years,’ which was a ‘pretty big deal for me.’

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