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Britney Spears says there has been ‘no justice’ after settling conservatorship case: ‘My family hurt me’

Britney Spears Legal Issues

After her conservatorship case was settled, Britney Spears claims there has been “no justice” for the ways her family “hurt” her.

The singer of the song “Toxic” sent an open letter to Instagram on Sunday, claiming that she has suffered injury and that her abusers have not faced any repercussions.

She said, “I was actually right about nerve damage in my back!!!” and included a picture of her bare behind. “I need to have acupuncture [sic] every day for the rest of my life!!!”

The Princess of Pop shared her purported injuries on Instagram on Sunday. Getty Images via Corbis
She posted a picture of her posterior on Instagram with the caption, “I was actually right about nerve damage in my back!!!” Instagram/Britney Spears

The music icon went on, “If only people knew how I had to crawl to my own door once!!!” “My family has wounded me! Justice has not been served and most likely never will be!!!

Spears, 42, claimed that while she was being harassed, a group of anonymous individuals “did absolutely nothing” for “months.”

She continued, ostensibly addressing her parents Jamie and Lynne Spears, saying, “The way I was brought up I was always taught the formative of right and wrong but the very two people who brought me up with that method hurt me!!!”

She went on, “I have to get accupuncture every day of my life now!!!” Snapchat: Britney Spears
“If only people knew how difficult it was for me to crawl to my own door just once! My family has caused me pain! Justice has not been served and most likely never will be!!! Spears went on. Content from Disney General Entertainment via Getty Images

The singer of the song “Gimmie More” hinted that she occasionally confronts her offenders on Instagram because she doesn’t think it would be safe to deal with them “face to face.”

Britney came to the conclusion that she missed her childhood home in Louisiana.

She wrote, “I wish I could visit, but everything was taken!”

The singer of “Toxic” claimed that while she was being harassed, some people “did absolutely nothing.” Getty Photographs
“I was always taught the fundamentals of right and wrong the way I was brought up (sic), but the very two people who raised me in that manner hurt me!!!” the woman wrote. Getty Photographs

Days after Britney and her father reached a formal settlement in their conservatorship case, she made an emotional post.

Her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, told Page Six on Friday that the client has expressed her desire to be released from being involved in court procedures or attending court in general.

Jamie put in place a legal arrangement in 2008 that granted him authority over his daughter’s financial, personal, professional, and medical decisions.

It seems that Britney made a reference to her parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears. Picture by Ron Galella via Getty Images
She came to the conclusion that confronting her offenders directly wasn’t “safe.” Getty Images via AFP

Britney testified against Jamie, 71, before the conservatorship was dissolved in November 2021, that he made her check into a rehab center where she was made to undress in front of the personnel.

The pop princess said that she was coerced into getting an IUD in order to stop herself from getting pregnant.

In her 2023 memoir “The Woman in Me,” Britney further discussed her father’s conservatorship, stating that he solely considered her to be “put on the earth for no other reason than to help their cash flow.”

Following the resolution of her conservatorship dispute with her father, the hitmaker made this post. Disney Company Images sourced from Getty Images
She’s still not comfortable with him. Getty Images via AFP

Her idea was validated at the time by court documents that revealed Jamie gave himself roughly $6 million during the course of his 13-year conservatorship of his daughter.

Despite her father’s persistent health problems, Britney and her father are still at odds.

Her bond with her mother and 33-year-old sister Jamie Lynn Spears is improving in the interim.

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