Britney Spears wants answers and justice.
The pop star took a break from posting topless and bikini pictures to express her feelings about her restrictive conservatorship.
Britney’s thoughts came as part of a new Instagram post featuring a lengthy caption alongside photos of architecture and flags.
In the caption, Britney said she is grateful to be free but wants to see justice after a devastating 13-year conservatorship in which she claims she was “harmed.”
At the end of the post, she shared solidarity with other survivors and said they are not alone.
Britney Spears is ‘not done’ and vows to get justice
Britney shared more insight about her 13-year conservatorship in the new post.
The first picture featured the Sistine Chapel, the second showed the star of David, and the third a picture of Australia and the Australian flag. But the caption was more revealing.
Her words revealed details about the alleged chaos she endured, “In a world where it’s okay to lock your daughter up and make her work 7 days a week … 8:00 am to 6:00 pm … no days off … 105 people are in and out of a small trailer home weekly.”
She also detailed an alleged lack of privacy and grueling schedule, “No private baths … seen naked when changing … drugged … can’t even speak or talk … has to be available to the treatment people and show up every day for 10 hours a day.”
Britney said she is grateful for freedom but she wants justice. She wrote, “The reason I bring this up is because ending the conservatorship is a huge deal but come on … THAT’S IT ??? 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.”
Britney also claimed that she was harmed during her conservatorship, writing, “I want justice and won’t stop until something is done to those who harmed me … and YES I was harmed !!!!”
Britney wrapped up the lengthy post with some words of inspiration, saying, “This is a message to all who have been threatened for their life … You are NOT ALONE !!!!”
Britney Spears was in a 13-year conservatorship
Britney spoke to the court for the first time about her conservatorship of 13 years in June 2021, amidst growing pressure from the public.
Numerous documentaries chronicled the conservatorship, drumming up publicity for Britney’s case.
Britney was reportedly not allowed to drive, go on vacation, or own a cell phone during her conservatorship. The pop star appears to be making up for lost time as best as she can.
In November, when the conservatorship ended, and Britney was free, she shared a desire to be “normal” and go on vacation, something she is doing currently.