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Lynne Spears ‘desperate’ after Britney guardianship video

Lynne Spears wants to speak privately with her daughter Britney Spears after the pop superstar further broke her silence about the conservatorship that ruled her life for nearly 14 years.

On Sunday, Britney Spears shed more light on her long conservatorship, which ended in November, sharing disturbing details about experiences that left her feeling “victimized” and “traumatized.”

In a 22-minute voice memo originally posted as an audio-only video on her official YouTube page, Spears discussed feeling controlled by her father and how her mother, and specifically her complacency, contributed to her heartbreak.

“You also have to understand, it’s like, you know, 15 years of touring and shows, and I’m 30 years old under my father’s rules,” the star alleged in the clip, which has since been deleted but may be easily found on YouTube. “And all of this is happening and my mom is witnessing this and my brother is witnessing and my friends are witnessing, and they all agree.”

Spears recalled missing parties and drinks with friends and not having access to her own money or car keys. While the “Circus” singer mentioned her father, Jamie Spears, several times throughout the video, she said it was her mother’s idea to place her under guardianship and that she “actually helped him move on and made it all happen.” “.

He also criticized his mother for dodging journalists’ questions about his condition and for failing to obtain legal assistance.

“It was always like, ‘I don’t know what to say,’ ‘I just don’t want to say the wrong thing,’ ‘We’re praying for her,'” Britney said. “I feel like she could have gotten me a lawyer. In literally two seconds, my friend helped me get one at the end.”

Spears’ lengthy video was littered with disturbing claims against family members, who she would like to “spit in their faces.” But Lynne Spears said she wants to resolve the allegations in private.

After Britney’s original video was posted on YouTube, her mother shared a photo of her with her daughter. On Instagram. Sunday’s photo appeared to respond to the singer’s explosive accusations.

“Britney, all your life I have done my best to support your dreams and wishes! And also, I have tried my best to help you out of difficulties! I have never turned my back on you nor will I ever!” Lynne wrote alongside her post.

She continued, “Your rejection of the countless times I’ve flown and calls make me feel desperate! I have tried everything. I love you so much, but this conversation is just for you and me, face to face, in private.”

In July, the pop musician alleged that her mother avoided and exploited her while pretending to be an upstanding mother.

“Yo ma, did you also let people know that that’s one of the only times you [texted] Am I back?” Britney Spears wrote on Instagram. “Play responsible perfect dad and go to church in Louisiana…just kidding!!! You all screwed it up for me…I never remember getting a text message from you!!!”

Last week, Spears made a triumphant return to music with “Hold Me Closer,” a new duet with Elton John that marked her first song in six years and a comeback her fans loved.


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