Britney Spears speaks again.
Since ditching attorney Sam Ingham – who she says encouraged her to remain silent – Spears has not shied away from sharing her thoughts on social media.
Just days ago, when her new lawyer Mathew Rosengart was court-approved, the “Toxic” singer, 39, didn’t hesitate to join the fan chorus using the hashtag “#FreeBritney” , calling for the end of his tutorship.
On Friday night, she took to Instagram again to share her thoughts alongside a text image that read: “Never forget who ignored you when you needed it and who helped you before you even did. have to ask. “
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“There is nothing worse than when the people closest to you who have never come forward for you post about your situation whatever it is and speak righteously for support,” he said. -she writes in the caption. “There is nothing worse than this !!!!”
The star continued, “How dare the people you love most to say anything… did they even reach out to even lift me up on TIME !!! ??? when I was drowning ???? “
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The “Crossroads” actress didn’t say exactly who she was referring to, but noted that subjects know who they are.
“… And you actually have the nerve to say anything about my situation just to publicly save face !!!” Spears continued. “If you’re going to post something… Please stop with the fair approach when you’re so far from fair that it’s not even funny….”
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It was a big week for Spears following his court victory with Rosengart’s approval. The change in representation came after her explosive testimony last month in which she lashed out at her father Jamie and the guardianship he has overseen since 2008.
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In testimony, she called the guardianship “abusive” and said it had left her “traumatized”.
In a hearing on Wednesday, Rosengart said he plans to file a motion to dismiss Jamie as Spears’ curator very soon.
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