The affair thickens between Britney Spears and her mother.
On Monday July 25 (22), the artist launched an avalanche of accusations at the against Lynne Spears, who had already answered him, screenshots in support. The 40-year-old pop star had indeed posted and quickly deleted text messages sent to her mother, her friend Jansen Fitzgerald and court-appointed attorney Samuel D. Ingham III when she was in a mental health facility in 2019. Britney Spears had claimed that none of them had replied to her messages and that she had been abandoned by all.
Jansen Fitzgerald responded by sharing a screenshot of the text exchange, showing he replied to the singer at the time and that he promised to do more research on lithium – a drug that was administered to the star – in his name. In the caption, Jansen Fitzgerald says he spoke to Britney every day while she was at the facility and that she and Lynne Spears met with a lawyer to try to help the star.
Lynne Spears shared Jansen Fitzgerald's Instagram post to her account and wrote, “Britney I have all the 'full conversations' too! It pains me to know that you feel like the people who love you the most have betrayed you! Let me come see you! I love you ! »
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Britney Spears replied to this last message from her mother by listing a series of reproaches, in particular on the beginnings of her guardianship.
“Everything was planned and you acted like you didn't have to no idea what was going on!!! Two weeks later, you published a book and showed my distress when Kevin took my children… You abused me… Yes, I will say it and it amazes me that you still play the role of the mother loving and dedicated,” the star said.
Britney Spears, who has two sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline, has been out of custody since last November.