Ooopppsss she did it again!
Britney Spears said goodbye once again to Instagram. The 40-year-old singer deactivated her account on Thursday, October 13, after claiming that her parents treated her “like a f—king dog” throughout her 13-year conservatorship.
She wrote on a since-deleted post last October 11, “Why did you and the family go along with it and treat me like a f–king dog ???”
She also called out her dad, Jamie, 70, writing, “WHAT MAKES YOU SO GODDAMN SPECIAL ??? WHAT MAKES YOUR OTHER DAUGHTERS SO GODDAMN SPECIAL THAT YOU TREATED ME LESS THAN A F–KING DOG ???”
She also claimed that he “always told me I was fat so I never felt pretty or good enough.”
Her comments came a day after also calling out her mother for allegedly hitting her after partying late one time while Lynne, 67, looked after her children.
She shared in a since-deleted post, “The first time I ever got slapped was the one night Paris [Hilton] and Lindsay [Lohan] dropped me off at my beach house with my babies.”
She continued, “My mother was watching Jayden and Preston…yes I partied till like 4am and my mother was PISSED !!!! I walked in, she looked at me and hit me so hard that I will never forget it !!!”
Lynne tried to apologize to the pop star after Britney mentioned in a post that “a genuine apology would help give [her] closure.”
Instead of accepting her apology, Britney told her to “go f—k” herself. She also shared some of the traumas she suffered throughout her conservatorship before it finally ended in November 2021.
She wrote, “For 13 years, I had to meet doctors weekly to bring up my past which made it worse !!!” She also revealed that she would act like “mother f–king Saint” because she was too scared of being punished.
“Not one mother f–king person stood up for me !!! Mom take your apology and go f–k yourself !!!” she added. “And to all the doctors for f–king with my mind … I pray you all burn in hell !!! Kiss my mother f–king ass 😊 !!!!”
Her Instagram deactivation didn’t come as a surprise as she’s known to deactivate her account and reactivating it later.