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Britney Spears Drops Tell-All Voice Memo about her Conservatorship



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UPDATE: Shortly after the voice memo was released, Britney moved the video to a private YouTube profile and deleted her tweet promoting it.

Britney Spears She opened up about her controversial conservatorship in an extended, since-deleted video shared on her YouTube channel on Sunday, August 28. Britney, 40, reflected on her time and spoke about how bad the treatment she received during it was. “I knew in the deepest, deepest part of my core. I knew I didn’t do anything wrong and I didn’t deserve the way I was treated,” she said.

The “Piece of Me” pop star said she recalled hearing from her father that she would be placed in a conservatory. Jamie and mother Lynn. She especially called out her father for how they treated her. “It was pure abuse. And I didn’t actually share half of it. I think the main thing I remember when I first started was my dad’s control. He loved to control everything I did,” she claimed.

Britney tweeted a link to the audio recording. (Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency/MEGA)

Britney also recalled the cameo shoot How I met your mother and returning to the recording studio after spending time in hospital. “All I remember is that I had to do what I was told. I was told every day that I was fat, that I had to go to the gym, I just had to, and I can never remember feeling so demoralized. And they just made me feel like nothing. And I agreed to it because I was afraid,” she claimed.

Britney opened up about a number of heartbreaking times she felt alienated during her conservatorship and concluded by saying she hoped that by sharing her story she could offer hope to others. “If you’re a weird, introverted weirdo like me who often feels alone and needed to hear a similar story today so you don’t feel alone.” Know this: my life has been far from easy, and you are not alone,” she said.

The singer simply tweeted a link to an uncategorized YouTube video, which is just a white screen of the “Hold Me Closer” singer talking about how she felt when she was in conservatory. The video was quickly made private again. At the beginning of the clip, she explains that she has received a number of offers to share her experiences, including “I don’t really think any of this is relevant to them telling you your story, I feel like it’s a bit silly. So I’m, I’m here, honestly, just to open up to others and try to shed some light,” she said. In addition to the voice memo, Britney is also expected to release a memoir summarizing her experiences.

Since Britney was released from detention in November, the singer has been celebrating the fact that she is no longer in custody in her social media posts. After the judge decided to release her from the conservatory, she then released a statement thanking fans for their support. “I think I’m going to cry the rest of the day,” she said. “Best day… praise the Lord… can I get an Amen?”

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