Britney Spears and Mother Dispute Over Alleged Discarding of Dolls and Diaries
In a recent Instagram post, Lynne Spears, the mother of pop icon Britney Spears, vehemently denied claims made by her daughter in the memoir The Woman in Me. Britney asserted that her mother discarded her dolls and diaries in 2019, a statement Lynne strongly refuted.
“There were only three dolls when I came home two years ago”
The 41-year-old singer countered her mother’s denial in another Instagram message, insisting, “Mom, I love you so much, but there were only three dolls when I came home two years ago.” She added, “It would be very strange if you first threw them away and now have them back. That’s really crazy. I don’t want them anymore either, just keep them. It really doesn’t matter to me anymore.”
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The dispute revolves around events detailed in The Woman in Me, where Britney Spears revealed that she stored personal items with her mother while undergoing treatment at a mental health facility in 2019. However, upon returning to her mother’s residence in 2020, she discovered that her cherished dolls and diaries were missing.
This latest chapter in the Spears family saga adds another layer of complexity to the ongoing scrutiny surrounding Britney’s conservatorship and her efforts to regain control over her personal and financial affairs.