Britney Spears Is ‘Not Done’ Seeking Justice From Those Who ‘Harmed’ Her

"I want justice and won’t stop until something is done to those who harmed me..."

 

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Britney Spears has shared with her followers that she’s ‘not done’ seeking justice from those who harmed her during her 13-year long conservatorship.

In November of 2021, the singer’s conservatorship has ended, leading her to tell followers at the time it was the “best day ever”.

Britney had been in an ongoing legal battle trying to regain freedom after the #FreeBritney movement – led by fans that have campaigned for Britney’s freedom – took over the internet and gave the star a chance to speak her truth.

Now, in a since-deleted Instagram post, Britney shared “nobody should ever be treated the way she was”, and that she “won’t stop until something is done” to those who were involved.

In the post, she wrote: “The reason I bring this up is because ending the conservatorship is a huge deal but come on … THAT’S IT ???

 

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“They all got away with it !!! If you’ve ever been in shock 😱 for 4 months … threatened for your life … you would be upset too,” she added, referring to a 2019 stay in a mental health facility that she previously claimed was against her will.

Before adding: “I’m not done … I want justice and won’t stop until something is done to those who harmed me … and YES I was harmed !!!! This is a message to all who have been threatened for their life … You are NOT ALONE !!!!”

This comes after the news that Britney just signed the “bombshell” book deal and apparently, there was a bidding war between multiple publishing houses for the memoir, with an insider saying, “The deal is one of the biggest of all time, behind the Obamas.”

The memoir will be published by Simon & Schuster and will focus on her life, career, and family. Presumably, it will also cover her conservatorship and the moments leading up to the conservatorship being terminated.

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