Troubled Star Britney Spears took aim at her father Jamie in a shocking new audio clip uploaded to YouTube on Sunday night.
Spears, 40, has spoken candidly about the circumstances that led to her being accepted into a conservatory in 2007 and how her life unfolded while her decisions were controlled by her family.
Discussing her family’s behavior during conservatoire, the Stronger singer asked, “How the hell did they get away with it?”
The singer says her father constantly abused her and her brother Bryan.
Spears said of her brother, “My brother was a football player. And my dad was really, really hard on him when he was younger, really abusive.
Spears said her father “controlled everything I did,” but that she “had to go along with it because I knew they could hurt me.”
In the clip, which has now been made private, Spears says that when she was 30, she “lived under my father’s rules.”
In the clip, which has now been made private, Spears says that when she was 30, she “lived under my father’s rules.” Spears is pictured here with her father in 2015
Spears alleges that she was committed against her will to a psychiatric facility in 2019 in retaliation for speaking out during dress rehearsals for her canceled Las Vegas residency on Domination
Spears alleges that she was committed against her will to a psychiatric facility in 2019 in retaliation for speaking out during dress rehearsals for her canceled Las Vegas residency on Domination.
She said: “I never wanted to go there. I remember calling my dad on the phone and crying and he said, ‘You have to listen to the doctors. I can’t help you now.”
The Toxic singer said: “Now you don’t have to go but if you don’t go we go to court and you will lose. I have a lot more people on my side than you [do]. They don’t even have a lawyer, so don’t even think about it.’
Spears claims that her father loved controlling everything I did.
Despite her anger at her father, Spears said she was “honestly more angry” at her mother, Lynne. She said her mother did not stand up for her child and would “innocently hide” if questions were raised about the conservatory.
Spears reiterated that it was her mother who applied for the conservatory, even though it was underwritten by her father. The singer made a similar claim in a November 2021 Instagram post.
The singer, who recently returned to music with the release of the song Hold Me Closer alongside Elton John, said her stay in the psychiatric facility made her stop believing in God.
She said, “How did they get away with that and what the hell did I do to deserve that?”
At the time, Spears was confident in saying that the reason for her mental health struggles was her father’s colon cancer diagnosis.
Eventually, Spears says she got stronger because she “didn’t reach my dad anymore.”
Spears said: “She’s going to run back to us because we scared her. And we’re the bosses here. But I didn’t. I just got stuck. And I stalled and I stalled and I stalled.’
She continued, “And finally, I think they just knew I wasn’t going back. And I finally got a lawyer, which is what a wonderful friend finally got me a lawyer for. And he really helped me with that.”
Spears continues, “They literally killed me. They threw me away. My family threw me away. I was a machine Crazy how hard I’ve worked
nope! Britney Spears says she never invited her older brother Bryan Spears, 45, to her recent wedding to Sam Asghari, although the 45-year-old’s girlfriend previously cited a scheduling conflict as the reason for his absence. The 40-year-old pop star set the record in a lengthy text post she shared to her Instagram on Thursday, where she slammed Bryan and the rest of the Spears family for their alleged treatment during her now-ending conservatorship; Britney and Bryan pictured
Spears continues, “They literally killed me. They threw me away. My family threw me away. I was a machine It was crazy how hard I worked.’
At one point during her conservatorship, Spears said she was involved in a “secret relationship with a man.” At one point, the two discussed leaving the country together.
She said: “My biggest fear was what would my father do? What if I did something wrong? What if I left the country? What and what if they find me and what would they do? And I said I feel like they’re going to lock me up or something or really hurt me.
At the end of the video, Spears says she has received many offers for a formal interview.
Jamie Spears has consistently denied any wrongdoing in relation to the Conservatorship.
In July, Jamie Spears was ordered by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to take part in a deposition about his actions at the head of the conservatory, to which the pop star served for more than 13 years.
Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Jamie, 70, must schedule affidavit by Aug. 12 after he was previously served with an affidavit by Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, and failed to appear, Page Six reported.
Rosengart said in legal documents filed in May that Jamie was “ran and hidden” before the impeachment and must “account for his wrongdoing – under oath – as required by law”.
In July, Jamie Spears was ordered by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to take part in a deposition about his actions at the head of the conservatory, to which the pop star served for more than 13 years
Jamie’s attorney Alex Weingarten last month called for the Grammy winner, 40, to be fired over the “incendiary claims of various facts” she had made via social media.
Rosengart told the court that he believed the move to pressure Britney to testify was “retaliation” and “abuse of legal process” amid an attempted probe into Jamie’s handling of funds and alleged surveillance of the singer.
The attorney said the … Baby One More Time singer couldn’t testify about matters at the conservatory because she was the one who lived under it and that she would be traumatized again if she asked herself any questions about it.
Rosengart, who has been representing the Toxic artist since last year, suggested that Jamie’s legal team should depose either Jamie or Britney’s ex-CEO Lou Taylor in order to get information about the deal.
Another issue that came up in court Wednesday was Jamie’s request that Britney’s estate cover his legal fees after conservatory graduation last November. After being dropped by his former legal team, Jamie hired Weingarten at around $1,200 an hour, Variety reported last year.
Rosengart told Page Six Jamie’s petition was “not only legally baseless,” but under the circumstances of the case, “an abomination.”
‘Mister. Spears reaped many millions of dollars from Britney as conservator while paying his attorneys millions more, all from Britney’s work and hard-earned money,” Rosengart said of the previous agreement.
Jamie was loaned $40,000 by Lou Taylor’s organization Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group in 2008 — just before conservatory began — the outlet reported, adding that Taylor’s attorney, Charles Harder, said Jamie “paid off” the “small loan” and did he made no impact on ‘Tri Star’s work for the estate in later years’.