Britney Spears teases blistering Oprah Winfrey TELL-ALL on her 'abusive' family and 'demoralizing' conservatorship
BRITNEY Spears fought back tears as she opened up like never before in her first major statement since the dissolution of her conservatorship.
In a nearly two-minute speech on Instagram, the now free pop star said that she is ready for a classic "Oprah Winfrey Tell-All."
"I might as well do a hint of my thoughts on the gram before I go and set things square on Oprah," she hinted, before delivering a serious diatribe about her new life.
She confessed: "I’ve been in the conservatorship for 13 years. It’s a really long time to be in a situation you don’t want to be in.
"So I’m just grateful honestly for each day, and being able to have the keys to my car, and being able to be independent and feel like a woman."
Britney, 39, said it's the moments we take for granted that she is most looking forward to experiencing: "Owning an ATM card. Seeing cash for the first time. Being able to buy candles.
"It’s the little things for us women but it makes a huge difference and I’m grateful for that. It’s nice. It’s really nice."
She then turned her attention to the conservatorship process itself, declaring she's not here to "be a victim."
"I'm here to be an advocate for people with real disabilities, with real illnesses," she continued, adding: "I’m a very strong woman, so I can only imagine what the system has done to those people.
"So hopefully my story will make an impact and make some changes in this corrupt system."
The Stronger singer then turned her attention to the "Free Britney" movement.
She said: "You guys rock.
"Honestly, my voice was muted and threatened for so long and I wasn’t able to speak up or say anything, and because of you guys and the awareness of knowing what was going on and delivering it to the public for so long, you gave an awareness to all of them.
"Because of you, I honestly think you saved my life."
In her accompanying caption Britney continued to rail against the process that held her back: "I do know how embarrassing is to share the fact I’ve never seen cash or wasn’t able to drive my car …. but honestly it still blows my mind every day I wake up how my family and the conservatorship were able to do what they did to me
"It was demoralizing and degrading!!!! I’m not even mentioning all the bad things they did to me which they should all be in jail for … yes including my church going mother!!!!
"I’m used to keeping peace for the family and keeping my mouth shut … but not this time … I have NOT FORGOTTEN and I hope they can look up tonight and know EXACTLY WHAT I MEAN !!!!"
Britney's wrath against her mother Lynne was backed up by the fact she denied her entry into her home when the distant parent attempted to "reconnect" with the star prior to her conservatorship victory.
Britney previously clamed her mom "secretly ruined my life", and said that her nearly 14-year-long conservatorship was the matriarch's idea.
According to Page Six, the 66-year-old traveled from Louisiana to Los Angeles to reconcile with her eldest daughter, only to be turned away at the door by the pop star.
A source told the publication: "She [Britney] is furious with her. Lynne tried over a number of days to try to visit, but Britney just shut her down.”
The incident is said to have occured around the time that Britney called out her mother in an explosive Instagram post.
The former Mousekateer has become more outspoken in the days since her father was removed from the conservatorship.
Britney's conservatorship officially ended after 13 years without requiring any further mental evaluation, as Judge Brenda Penny ruled in favor of the Grammy award winner.
On Friday, Judge Penny ruled that Britney's conservatorship be terminated, giving the hitmaker control of her life for the first time since before 2008.
In September, Britney's case returned to a Los Angeles courtroom where Judge Penny made a number of bombshell rulings, following her father Jamie Spears' decision to step down from the conservatorship the month prior.
She ruled to suspend Jamie from the conservatorship, however, it did not mean the end of the conservatorship altogether.
Speaking in court, Judge Penny said at the time: "Based on what I read in the filings, and I read everything. I do believe the suspension of Jamie Spears is in the best interest of Britney Spears.
"The current situation is unattainable. The court finds the toxic environment Jamie Spears has created needs to be removed today."
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