Britney Spears’ mom Lynne Spears Apologizes to the Singer for the Pain She Caused Her!
- Britney Spears’s mom Lynne Spears issued a public apology to her estranged daughter.
- The pop star’s mom apologized to Britney for causing her any trouble during her 13-year conservatorship.
- Lynne also begged her daughter to unblock her so that they could continue talking to each other.
Lynne Spears wants her daughter Britney Spears back into her life
Britney Spears‘ mom Lynne Spears issued a public apology to her estranged daughter.
It seems Spears’ estranged mother Lynne is finally realizing her mistake.
The pop star’s mom apologized to Britney for causing her any trouble during her 13-year conservatorship.
Lynne also begged her daughter to unblock her so that they could continue talking to each other.
The musician’s mom issued a public apology to her daughter for the pain her daughter had to endure during her 13-year conservatorship because of her and her husband.
After Britney noted that a genuine apology would help her get closure, Lynne posted her apology in an Instagram comment pleading for her daughter’s forgiveness.
“I am so sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years!”
”love you so much and miss you!”
“Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I apologize for anything and everything that hurt you!”
Lynne also begged the singer to unblock her on social media so that they could clear their differences and speak in person.
Lynne wants benefits from her estranged daughter
A source close to the Through the Storm author revealed that she has been trying to get in touch with Britney over the phone but it is of no use.
The 67-year-old’s comment comes after Britney wrote on her Instagram account on Friday that her family has “no conscious [sic] whatsoever and really believe in their minds they have done nothing wrong at all” referring to her years-long conservatorship.
Britney’s father Jamie Spears was in control of her personal medical and financial decisions from February 2008 until it ended in September 2021.
After years of legal battle, a Los Angeles judge terminated the conservatorship altogether in November last year. It happened nearly 5 months after the Toxic singer claimed in court that her father, 70, forcefully sent her to a mental health facility and even sent her to go on a tour against her will.
That time on Instagram, Britney added:
“I don’t have a family that values me or respects me …. AT ALL !!!”
“That’s the hard part for me and as much as I loved them, it’s something that I’ll [sic] probably ever won’t be able to get over.”
A source revealed that Britney was hurt by her mother Lynne’s inaction because they were always very close. Meanwhile, her relationship with her dad Jamie was always strained, even before the conservatorship.
The source also revealed that despite asking for her daughter’s forgiveness, Lynne is still requesting over $600,000 in legal fees from the singer.