Britney Spears has accused her entire family of not supporting her in her 13-year tutelage after her father, Jamie, was suspended as the supervisor of her estate last week, Billboard.com reports.
The 39-year-old pop superstar posted a picture on his Instagram on Wednesday that shows a white woman lying unconscious on a mattress under water while another woman who looks like her swims to the bottom to save her. Spears interpreted the mermaid-like woman’s image as “saving her divine feminine sister”, an alleged jab at her own younger sister Jamie Lynn, which she had previously criticized on social media.
“This pic is everything to me!!! It makes me want to cry…she’s saving her divine feminine sister!!!!” she wrote.
“I suggest if you have a friend who has lived in a house that feels really small for four months… no car… no phone… no doors to privacy and they Have to work around 10 hours 7 days a day. Give blood weekly with one day off anytime and week… I strongly suggest you go pick up your friend and get them out of there!!! !!”
Spears previously described the court conservatism that has governed her financial and personal affairs for the past 13 years as “outrageous” and compared it to sex trafficking in her explosive testimony at a June 23 hearing, where she also said , “I would honestly like to sue my family, to be completely honest with you. I also want to be able to share my story with the world, and what they did to me, rather than just this There is a hidden secret to benefit them all.”
During the July 14 hearing, Britney was able to retain Hollywood power attorney Matthew Rosengart as her attorney, who successfully acted “aggressively and expeditiously” to remove Jamie Spears from her position as custodian of her estate.
“If you’re like my family who say things like ‘Sorry, you’re in a Conservatorship’ … she continued to write in an Instagram post that contained her latest confession about her conservatism. “Thankfully I got a wonderful Found lawyer Matthew Rosengart who helped change my life!!!!”
On September 29, LA County Superior Court Judge Brenda Penney accepted Spears’ plea that her father was immediately suspended as the custodian of her estate, saying that casting her in the role would prevent her from serving as the star. The best interests were not served.
Less than a week later, the singer thanked her #FreeBritney supporters “for their continued resilience in freeing me from my stereotypes…my life is headed in that direction now!!!!!”