In a fiery Instagram post published on Monday night, Britney Spears let out her rage on her mother Lynne Spears by accusing her of organizing an involuntary commitment before her conservatorship.
The pop singer, 40, claimed in a copied Notes app post that Lynne, 67, had joined her for a sleepover the night before she was placed on an involuntary 5150 hold. This incident took place the day before her father Jamie Spears, 70, petitioned to become her interim conservator.
During a 2019 stint at a mental health facility, Britney Spears allegedly shared a text message with her mother Lynne.
BREAKING: Britney Spears is sharing the text messages she sent her mom, a friend and her court-appointed lawyer while she was being forced in a mental health facility against her will in 2019! #JusticeForBritney pic.twitter.com/12aq0y94cU
— Britney Stan 💕 (@BritneyTheStan) July 25, 2022
According to BuzzFeed News, Spears stated in the since-deleted post that “It’s a bit different with proof.” “These are the texts I sent my mom at that time, three years ago. I display it because nobody responded. Additionally, Britney shared conversations with “Jansen,” a “friend from home,” and Sam Ingham, her former court-appointed attorney.
Singer said it was “one of the only times you texted me back out of a million [sic],” refuting Lynne’s assertion that she had answered despite her commitment.
She had previously shown her fondness for coffee and now said that Lynne hid coffee in the house they shared “every single morning.”
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These claimed texts from Britney to Lynne seem to challenge the Seroquel dosage, an antipsychotic medication used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. According to the Mayo Clinic, another medication that can be administered to treat mania, one aspect of bipolar disorder, is lithium. She claims that Seroquel is “WAAAAAY Stronger than Lithium.”
Spears stated, “I literally feel all the terrible medicine in my stomach. I feel like he’s trying to kill me. Britney previously testified in court that she “felt drunk” and “couldn’t even have a conversation with my mom or dad” after being made to take lithium.
“Jansen” was “supposed to help me get a new lawyer,” according to Spears, but “I never heard back from her.” In addition to requesting her friend’s opinion on the lithium levels and “it being tracked for so long,” Britney also asks for John Bell’s contact information.
A lengthy text message purportedly addressed to Ingham—or, as the singer refers to him, “the lawyer I didn’t get to pick”—was also posted by Britney. Spears expressed her desire to “live for me and have an adventurous life,” be permitted to drive once more, and take three vacations later that year in her final statement. She expressed a lot of the same things in her shocking testimony from a year ago, which helped her conservatorship end.
Jensen later claimed she responded to Britney’s text by posting a screenshot, claiming she “always felt like some of my texts were erased.” On her Instagram, Lynne also posted the screenshot that Jensen took. Britney said, “I also have all the ‘full talks’! I am sorry that you feel that your closest loved ones have deceived you, she wrote. “Let me to come you! I love you.
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