Britney Spears says that she communicated with her mother after being compelled to enter a mental health facility in 2019.
Britney Spears shared a couple receipts on Instagram on Monday.
As she uploaded screenshots of her texts to her mother Lynne Spears, a friend, and her lawyer in 2019, the pop star claimed that her mother had forced her into a mental health institution.
Although Britney later removed the photos from her social media accounts. "It’s a little different with proof," she wrote in her caption.
When Britney expressed concern that her doctor was "trying to kill" her while she was being kept at a mental health facility, she said she had "no response" from her mother.
The historic dismissal occurred months after Britney vehemently criticised her conservators in court, stating that the circumstances of the living arrangement were "abusive" in an emotional testimony.
In addition, she publicly criticised her father, mother, brother Bryan, sister Jamie Lynn, and her claimed failure to provide for her over the years, telling the judge that she believed they "should be in jail."
“It’s a little different with proof,” Britney wrote in the now-deleted post. “Here are my text messages to my mom in that place 3 years ago … I show it because there was no response.”
“I feel like he’s trying to kill me,” she appears to tell her mom about her doctor. “I swear to god I do.”
The second screenshot appears to show Britney’s texts to a contact saved as Jansen, whom she noted was a “friend from home.”