Britney Spears’ conservatory is over and she’s not interested in looking back on the past. As she and fiancé Sam Asghari move on with their wedding plans, the “Gimme More” singer is reportedly breaking off her relationship with her mother, Lynne Spears.
This should come as no surprise to any Britney fan who caught her now-deleted Instagram post beating her alienated mother. She wrote: “My father [Jamie Spears] may have started the conservatory 13 years ago … but what people do not know is that it was my mother who gave him the idea !!!! I will never get those years back. ” Page six also reports that Lynne came to Los Angeles to try to reconcile with her eldest daughter without success.
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“Britney did not even let Lynne enter her house,” a source told the newspaper. “She’s furious at her. Lynne tried for a number of days to try to visit, but Britney just shut her down.” It’s not hard to understand why the pop star is mad at her family for being complicit in keeping her stuck in the conservatory for 13 years. It required a passionate fan base and a documentary, Framing by Britney Spears, to help her find her power and voice to fight back.
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And she was not in the mood to see her mother after everything came to a standstill. “She secretly ruined my life … and yes, I will call her and [business manager] Lou Taylor out on that, ”Britney added in the deleted post. “So take your whole ‘I have no idea what’s going on’ attitude and go to f ** k yourself !!!! You know exactly what you did.” The mother of two probably did not appreciate Lynne asking the court to have her $ 650,000 lawyer’s fee covered by her daughter’s property – it just feels like one last insult and one last cash grab against Britney, who has suffered enough trauma.
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