Britney Spears’ mom, Lynne, responds to bombshell audio

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Britney Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears, responded to the pop star, saying in a great audio clip that she felt abandoned by the matriarch during her conservatory.

“Britney, all your life I have done my best to support your dreams and wishes!” Lynne, 67, wrote on Instagram on Sunday alongside an old black and white photo of her and the “Hold Me Closer” singer, 40, laughing together.

“And also, I did my best to get you out of trouble! I have and will never turn my back on you!”

Lynne claimed Britney was the one turning her back on her, adding: “Your rejections of the countless times I’ve flown out and phone calls make me feel hopeless! I’ve tried everything.”

Then, ironically, she concluded the public message: “I love you so much, but this conversation is just for you and me, face to face, private. .”

A few hours earlier, Britney called out to her family for the alleged abuse she had endured during her 13-year conservatory, but pointed out that she was “booster” on her mother than her father and former conservator, Jamie Spears.

Britney Spears and Lynne Spears laugh together.
Britney Spears’ mother hit back at her daughter’s claims that she did not help her during the conservatory.
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“I heard when reporters would call her” [Lynne] at the time and asking questions about what was going on, she would innocently hide in the house and say nothing,” the “Toxic” singer claimed in the now-deleted 22-minute audio clip she uploaded to YouTube.

“It was always like, ‘I don’t know what to say. I just don’t want to say the wrong thing. We’re praying for her.’”

Britney said she “felt” her mother could have gotten her a lawyer in “literally two seconds” if she really wanted to help her.

“My boyfriend eventually helped me get one, but every time I contacted a company, my phone was tapped and my phone was taken from me,” claimed the “Overprotected” singer.

Lynne Spears and Britney Spears together at the 2000 Grammy Awards.
Lynne claims she feels “hopeless” over her daughter’s rejection.
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Britney and her mother have been arguing in public for months since the ‘Stronger’ singer’s conservatory closed in November 2021.

That same month, Page Six heard exclusively that Lynne was flying from Louisiana to Los Angeles to see Britney — weeks before the conservatory ended — but the Grammy winner “didn’t even let Lynne into her house.”

“She’s furious with her,” a source said at the time. “Lynne has been trying to come over for several days but Britney just shut her down.”

Around that time, Lynne had filed a petition asking her daughter to cover more than $650,000 in legal fees from the conservatoire battle.

A photo of Britney Spears wearing a peasant top and staring into the camera.
Britney was in receivership from 2008 to 2021.

More recently, Britney shared screenshots of social media text messages she sent to her mother, a friend and a lawyer from a mental health facility in 2019. Lynne also denied those claims.

Britney even accused her mother of being “the one who cared” [Jamie] the idea” for her conservatory.

Due to the bad blood between them, Lynne was not invited to Britney’s fairytale wedding to Sam Asghari in June.


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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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