Britney Spears talks about the conservatory in a bombshell YouTube video

A new audio message posted to YouTube Sunday night detailed Britney Spears’ side of her conservatory in a 22-minute video that makes bombshell claims against her family.

The video has only sound but no picture and does not show the singer’s face speaking in front of the camera. The video, which quickly went private and no longer available to the public, was first posted to YouTube with a link shared on the pop star’s Twitter account. (Spears’ Instagram was recently deactivated and she’s been posting more regularly to her Twitter in recent days.)

diversity contacted a Spears representative to verify the authenticity of the YouTube message.

“I woke up this morning and realized I had a lot going on in my head that I didn’t share with anyone,” Spears says in the video.

In the audio message, Spears says she’s been offered other interview opportunities, by the likes of Oprah and others, but decided it’s best to tell her story herself. “I’ve had countless opportunities…but I’m here to open up and shine a light on others,” says Spears. “I have no benefit from sharing this … I have offers [for] lots and lots of money… for me it’s more than a proper sit down interview.”

The star, who recently released the single ‘Hold Me Closer’ with Elton John, which was her first music after finishing her conservatory, explains she was too scared of judgment to openly share her side of the story, but now believes it is crucial shares her thoughts in hopes of helping others. She then arranges the conservatorship chronologically from her point of view.

“To be honest, to this day I don’t really know what I did,” she says. “But my dad’s punishment, I couldn’t see anyone or say anything … none of it made sense to me,” says Spears, referring to her father, Jamie Spears, who was her conservator for most of the 13 years. Year court order. (Spears’ father was suspended from her conservatory in September 2021, and the conservatory finally ended about a month later.)

Spears explains that the beginning of the conservatory was very confusing for her, but claims that both her mother and father were involved in the founding of the conservatory and believes that everything was “premeditated”. She claims that “a woman pitched the idea to my dad and my mom actually helped him bring it to fruition and make it all happen.” Recalling the night it all started, she says that suddenly, “over 200 paparazzi standing in front of my house and holding me on a stretcher through an ambulance window”.

“Everything was basically prepared. There were no drugs in my system. No alcohol. No nothing. It was pure abuse,” says Spears. “And I didn’t even really share half of it.”

Spears says she clearly remembers “my father’s control”. She says, “He loved controlling everything I did.”

Spears’ new audio message echoes many of the claims she previously made in court about her father and the conservatory when she told a judge she was checked, sent to an institution, forced to work, tour and not drive was allowed to drive her own car or meet up with her friends and was monitored by people in her home who forced her to donate blood and watched her morph naked. (Spears first gave bombshell testimony in June 2021, then testified again in July 2021 about “conservatory abuse.”) Spears also says in the new message that her phone was bugged, so she didn’t feel comfortable or safe to seek help request .

“I was told every day I was fat,” says Spears. “They made me feel like nothing and I went along with it.”

Speaking about her 2009 Circus tour, Spears opens up about how it felt to be alienated from her friends and dancers, who were able to drink and socialize after the shows, while claiming her father forbade her to do the same to do. She says she knows “my performances were horrible,” but she couldn’t do anything about it because “I honestly was a robot. I didn’t give a shit.”

“It was demoralizing,” says Spears. “You also have to understand, it was like 15 years of touring and shows. And I’m 30 years old and I live by my father’s rules. And as all of this is going on, see my mom, my brother, my friends – they’re all playing along.”

Spears often talks about her family and once says she was angrier at her mother Lynne Spears than her father because she felt her mother could have helped her find a lawyer but instead hid when reporters called, to inquire about the singer.

“How did you get away with that? And what the hell did I do to deserve it?” Spears says.

Addressing the #FreeBritney movement, her fans who have fought for her for 13 years, Spears said early on that they believed the singer was being held against her will. The movement has held continuous rallies and supported the star during her legal battle outside the courthouse.

“The whole thing that made it really confusing for me is that these people are fighting for me on the street, but my sister and my mom aren’t doing anything,” says Spears. “For me it was like they secretly honestly liked that I was the bad guy – like I was messed up and they just liked it like that. Why else didn’t they stand on my doorstep and say, “Little girl, get in the car. Let’s go.'”

She adds: “I think that’s the main thing that hurt me. I couldn’t process how my family put up with it for so long… their only response was, ‘We didn’t know.'”

“How the hell did they get away with that? How is there a god? Is there a God?” an emotional Spears says in the message. “I was so weak…I was scared, I was broken. I’m sharing this because I want people to know I’m only human… if I don’t talk about it, how can I fix this?”

Over the years, Spears’ father and mother, through attorneys, have denied any wrongdoing and have stated that they love their daughter.

Spears talks about the moment things started to change for her, which eventually led to the end of conservatory school, and explains that she had a friend who introduced her to a lawyer, Mathew Rosengart (whom she doesn’t mention by name, but much appreciates your lawyer). “I finally found a lawyer,” says Spears. “And he really helped me with that.”

Spears says a lot of her “trauma” stems from working so hard and feeling like her family didn’t care about her in return. Referring to an allegation she previously testified about, she explained that she was punished for once talking about a dance move she didn’t like at rehearsals. She also says she was forced to attend AA meetings even though she wasn’t an alcoholic and had to go through hours and hours of therapy.

“How much effort and work and heart I put into what I did as I worked, even down to the details of how many rhinestones will be in my costumes. i care so much And they literally killed me,” Spears said. “They threw me away. That’s what I felt – I felt like my family threw me away.”

She continues, “I performed at night in Vegas to thousands of people, the rush of being an artist and after the joy, the respect, I shook hands with over 40 people one night before a show, exercised weekly, three sessions per week, AA meetings, therapy sessions… I was a machine. I was a fucking machine. Not even nearly human. Crazy how hard I’ve worked. And then when I spoke up once and said ‘no’ to a damn dance step at a rehearsal, they got mad.”

Spears says she hopes listeners don’t feel alone. And she shares her excitement about her new song with John (which has topped the charts worldwide since it was released last Friday).

“I just got an amazing song with one of the most brilliant men of our time and I’m so grateful,” says Spears. “But if you’re a weird, introverted oddball like me who feels alone … and you needed to hear a story like this so you don’t feel alone, know this: My life has been anything but easy, and you aren’t.” alone .”

Spears was placed under a court-ordered conservatorship in 2008 by her father, who served as her only conservator for most of the 13 years. The conservatory ended in November 2021. Despite the singer’s newfound freedom, her legal team’s battle has remained chaotic with no resolution from either side, with the latest hearing taking place last week.

On Sunday night, Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears, posted an old photo of the two laughing together, with the caption addressing Britney.

“Britney, all your life I have tried my best to support your dreams and desires!” she wrote. “And besides, I tried my best to help you out of trouble! I never have and will never turn my back on you! Your refusals to the countless times I’ve flown out and calls make me hopeless! I’ve tried everything. I love you so much, but this conversation is just for you and me, face to face, one to one.”

https://variety.com/2022/music/news/britney-spears-youtube-video-message-conservatorship-family-mother-1235352929/ Britney Spears talks about the conservatory in a bombshell YouTube video

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