Britney Spears in scathing post says ‘my family HURT me’ as she mulls over dead abusive mom


Britney Spears, 42, has cried injustice as she vents out her anger against her family following her recent shock settlement with father Jamie Spears.

What Happened?

The Grammy winner on Sunday made a pointed statement with her latest book recommendation, posting the cover of Jennette McCurdy’s I’m Glad My Mom Died.

‘Stay nice folks!!! Good book,’ she wrote of the Nickelodeon alum’s memoir, which followed her experience as a child star with her late abusive mother.

Did Britney Spears Suffer Nerve Damage?

Spears previously posted a mirror selfie on Sunday of her half-naked backside as she responded to the legal ruling on Instagram. 

‘I was actually right about nerve damage in my back!!!’ she started in the caption.

‘I have to get [acupuncture] every day of my life now!!! Words and thinking too hard make it worse!!! If people only knew how I’ve had to crawl to my own door one time!!! 

‘My Family Hurt Me’

Britney continued, ‘My family hurt me!!! There has been no justice and probably never will be!!! The people who sat and did absolutely nothing when they did that for four months are smooth sailing!!!’

Her post comes after Britney quietly settled her years-long legal battle with father Jamie, 71, last week.

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What the Court Ruling Means For Britney Spears

The ruling saddles Britney with Jamie’s $2 million legal bill, in addition to the $4 million she’s reportedly spent on her own lawyer.

With nothing awarded to the Baby One More Time artist, Britney is said to be in a bigger financial hole than before the trial.

‘The way I was brought up I was always taught the formative of right and wrong but the very two people who brought me up with that method hurt me!!!’ she wrote in Sunday’s post. ‘I am so lucky to be here!!! 

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