After her mother apologized to the pop sensation, Britney Spears told Lynne Spears to “go f-k” herself.
In a sincere Instagram post published on Wednesday, the “Toxic” singer pondered on her years of medical procedures and “mental ward” visits and once again refused her family’s offer of atonement.
“I had to meet with doctors every week for 13 years, bringing up my history, which made it worse!!!” Britney began writing her memo.
As for my entire family—including my brother, sister, cousins, aunts, and uncles—and, well, darn it, the entire audience—they were all either stoned or drunk to their asses!!! Even in America, the land of the free, I was the mother f-king Saint who was afraid to move because I knew my father would send me elsewhere if I didn’t cooperate, she said.
Years will “slip by,” the 40-year-old “Crossroads” actress said, and her father, Jamie Spears, would still have her locked up.
“Not one mother f-king person spoke out in support of me!!! She continued, “Mom, take your apology and go f-k yourself!!! I wish you all would burn in hell for messing with my mind, doctors! Kiss my mother’s f-king behind, please!
One of the keys to happiness is a terrible memory, according to Rita Mae Brown, who is quoted in Britney’s caption.
The singer of “Gimme More” was turned down just days after Lynne publicly pleaded her daughter for mercy and to remove the barrier preventing them from speaking.
“I’m so sorry for your suffering! I’ve been sorry for a long time! Last Saturday, Lynne, 67, made a comment on Instagram.
She added, “Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I love you so much and I miss you so much!” I sincerely regret anything and everything that has caused you pain.
The Spears matriarch has been “trying, trying, trying to get in touch” with Britney over the phone and feels “helpless,” leaving her with “no alternative but to resort to social media,” a source close to Lynne exclusively revealed to Page Six at the time.
A close friend of Britney, however, noted that despite Lynne’s “love,” she is still asking her daughter for more than $600,000 in legal bills.
Since a Los Angeles judge ended her conservatorship in November 2021—nearly five months after the Grammy winner claimed in court that Jamie, 70, had forced her to go on tour and put her to a mental health facility—Brittney has been speaking her truth.