Britney Spears Shares, Then Deletes, Bombshell Account Of ‘Pure Abuse’ By Family

Britney Spears has shared a prolonged voice recording about abuse she says she endured from her household throughout her almost 14-year-long conservatorship.

The 22-minute audio recording was posted on her Twitter and YouTube accounts Sunday night, however the tweet was quickly taken down and the YouTube hyperlink was made non-public.

“How the fuck did they get away with it?” the Grammy-winning pop star requested, based on a duplicate of the recording captured earlier than it was taken down. “How is there a God?”

She stated she had been supplied interviews and different alternatives to discuss her expertise, however determined in opposition to it. “I really don’t think any of that is relevant, getting paid to tell your story. I feel like it’s kind of silly,” she stated.

She didn’t communicate brazenly concerning the ordeal up to now on account of worry of judgement, embarrassment and scrutiny, she stated, however “I do think I’m in a place now where I’m a little bit more confident that I can be willing to share openly my thoughts and what I’ve been through.”

She started her account a couple of decade and a half in the past, when she was 25 years previous.

“I was extremely young. I remember a lot of my friends texting me and calling me, extremely close, and they wanted to see me,” she stated.

“I honestly still to this day don’t know what really I did,” she continued, including that her father started to punish her by not permitting her to see anybody. “You have to imagine none of it made sense to me,” she stated.

“I literally spoke to a doctor in a British accent to prescribe my medication and three days later, there was a SWAT team in my home, three helicopters,” she stated. “And I remember my mom’s best friend and my two girlfriends ― we had a sleepover the night before ― they held me down on a gurney.”

“I know now it was all premeditated,” she stated.

Based on Spears, a lady had launched the concept of a conservatorship to the singer’s father, James Spears, “and my mom actually helped him follow through and made it all happen.”

“It was all basically set up,” she stated. “There was no drugs in my system, no alcohol, nothing. It was pure abuse. And I haven’t even really shared half of it.”

She stated her father had additionally been abusive to her brother rising up, and that he “loved to control everything I did.”

Spears’ father oversaw the authorized association that gave him management of the singer’s life and funds, together with private choices about her well being, parenting her two sons and different freedoms, for greater than 13 years. A Los Angeles choose ended the conservatorship in November, following a courtroom battle and public outcry.

Spears was launched in November from the controversial conservatorship that gave her father management over her life, funds and different choices concerning her private life and well being.

Spears went on to explain being hospitalized after the incident in her residence, and feeling like “a robot” in subsequent years whereas touring and recording a number of albums in addition to taking up a Las Vegas residency between 2013 and 2017.

After the two-week hospitalization, Spears stated she started engaged on her 2008 album “Circus.” She stated she was instructed every day that she was fats, was pressured to go to the gymnasium, and was made to really feel nugatory.

“My performances I know were horrible,” she stated of the residency. “I didn’t give a fuck anymore because I couldn’t go where I wanted to go, I couldn’t have the nannies that I wanted to have, I couldn’t have cash. It was just demoralizing. I was kind of like in this conspiracy thing of people claiming and treating me like a superstar, but yet they treated me like nothing.”

It was when she began recording “Glory,” her ninth studio album launched in 2016, that she began to “get a spark back” and regain her confidence, she stated.

However she continued to stay silent, as a result of “I had to just play this role that everything was OK all the time” as a result of “I knew they could hurt me.”

Spears married Sam Asghari, whom she'd been dating since 2016, in June.
Spears married Sam Asghari, whom she’d been relationship since 2016, in June.

After her Las Vegas residency got here to an finish in 2017, Spears stated she was despatched away to a facility on account of a minor incident at rehearsals the place she’d declined to do a sure dance transfer.

“The next day, I was told that I had to be sent away to a facility and that I was supposed to say on my Instagram the reason why is because my dad is sick and I need treatment,” she stated.

She recalled her father threatening to take her to courtroom if she didn’t comply, and telling her there’d be a giant trial and “you’re gonna lose. I have way more people on my side than you. You don’t even have a lawyer.”

Throughout her time within the facility, she had no privateness, and was monitored when she modified, showered and ate.

She credited her launch from the compound to the eye garnered by the Free Britney motion, a social media marketing campaign led by followers to finish her conservatorship. These strangers helped her greater than her personal mom and sister, she stated.

She stated she was sharing her story now, as a result of “How can I mend this if I don’t talk about it?”

She ended the recording with a message: “If you’re a weird introvert oddball like me, who feels alone a lot of the time and you needed to hear a story like this today so you don’t feel alone, know this: My life has been far from easy and you’re not alone.”