Britney Spears hit back after her mother shared clear receipts of her texting her daughter after the pop star claimed otherwise.
“Mom, did you also let people know that this is one of the few times you text me back???” Spears started Lynne Spears with a three-slide excoriating message before launching charges of withholding caffeine, forcing Britney into Alcoholics Anonymous and more.
“Did you also tell people how to hide coffee every morning??? Did you tell them every morning that when I tried to get coffee there were no pictures of me in the kitchen just Maddie and Jamie Lynn??? Every morning I posted a picture of me by you … and every morning you put it away before I woke up [three sad-face emojis]!!!”
The “Toxic” singer, 40, went on to claim that although she “couldn’t have” the keys to her car, her mother, now 67, would use her beach house and force her into “3 AA meetings a week if I was a hate alcohol.”
The singer even called her mother a “joke” for posing as a “responsible perfect parent” and continuing to “play the praying mother.”
“Did you tell them when the conservatory first started you and? [my brother] Bryan’s wife went out every night drinking wine and letting you take stupid pictures when I had nowhere to go or had my boyfriend left???” Spear continued.
The “Sometimes” singer explained that the night before she was taken to a mental health facility in 2019, she had a “slumber party” with Lynne, Miss Jacky, Allie and another friend, only to find out that the group was reportedly had it all “planned” while Lynne acted like you had no idea what was going on!!!
“Two weeks later you released a book and showed my heartbreak when Kevin [Federline] took my children… you abused me…’
The lengthy post received an affirmative comment from Britney’s personal assistant who replied, “Your truth matters ️.”
Her mother’s digital funeral by the “Crossroads” star came hours after the two exchanged their versions of what happened before the “Work Bitch” singer was committed. Britney insisted that her mother did not respond to text messages expressing her concerns about increasing the medication, while Lynne claimed she did respond.
Meanwhile, Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, was previously charged with eavesdropping on her text messages and other cell phone activity while serving as her conservator, though he said through his attorney that his “actions were done with the knowledge and consent of Britney, her court-appointed lawyer and/or the court.”
Lynne’s attorneys did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment.