Britney shares a long story about what happened to her via Instagram, as we are now used to. For example, she said she had to work seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. I wrote “no days off”. According to her own account, the princess of pop was not allowed to shower alone. “So people always saw me naked, even when I had to change. They gave me medicine. I couldn’t speak freely and I had to be there at all times, ten hours a day. If I wasn’t, I’d have to stay longer.”
Nor could Britney imagine a day when it would all come to an end. “I always had to go to bed at 9 pm. All this my family has forced me to do for thirteen years.
Britney now says she “gave everything” while her family treated her “like a doll”. “But towards the audience I just performed, and on stage I did what I was asked.” In general, the singer feels that her family “humiliated her”. “No one should be treated this way.”
The singer wants justice and won’t stop until the people who hurt her pay for it. This is a message to all the people who have been through my life. you are not alone!’
At the end of last year, a judge in the United States decided to end guarding Britney. Eric de Monck, entertainment expert for RTL Boulevard, was present when fans heard that Britney had been released again. In the video below, you can see how frantic and emotional their reaction was.
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