Britney Spears wants 'justice' over conservatorship

Britney Spears said she will pursue “justice” after quitting her conservatory because she accused her family of “hurting me more deeply than you will ever know”.

The life and career of the pop superstar have been determined by the controversial legal system since 2008, which could soon be ended.

Spears scored a significant victory over her father Jamie in September when a Los Angeles judge suspended him from his role overseeing his daughter’s money.

Another hearing on the case is scheduled for November.

Spears, 39, shared a long Instagram post complaining about being abandoned by those who were close to her, writing, “It’s humiliating and it’s like any person I have ever opened, immediately say that she will be traveling two weeks later … OK, I see … they are only available to me when it suits you … well, I am not available to any of them now. “

Spears added, “This message is to my family … for hurting me more deeply than you will ever know !!! I know the restoration will be over soon, but I still want justice !!!

“I’m only 5’4” tall and have played the taller person all my life … do you know how difficult that is ??? “

Spears was embroiled in a bitter public argument with 69-year-old Jamie, whom she accused of abusing his position as a conservator.

She has also targeted her younger sister, Jamie Lynn, 30, for having a perceived lack of support at the conservatory.

In September, Spears announced that she was engaged to longtime partner Sam Asghari, 27.

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