The receipts belong to Britney Spears.
After purportedly being compelled into a mental health facility in 2019, the pop diva tweeted — and then swiftly deleted — screenshots of text exchanges she made to her mother, pal, and lawyer.
Spears, 40, posted on Instagram early on Monday, “It’s a bit different with proof.
The “Toxic” singer wrote to her mother Lynne Spears in the first screenshot, stating, “He was saying he wants to UP the seraquil and I’m like whoa horsey go f-k yourself [sic].”
“I thought of Seraquil as a sleep aid, but it’s for bipolar and is stronger than lithium,” the patient said.
It’s unclear if Britney was referring to a medical professional or her father, Jamie Spears, who served as her conservator and oversaw her medical treatment.
According to WebMD, the antipsychotic drug Seroquel, also known as quetiapine, is used to treat a variety of mood disorders, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Britney said, “I feel all the sick medicine in my stomach,” in a text to Lynne. “I believe he is attempting to kill me. I do, I swear to God.
Although Lynne, 67, allegedly gave the Grammy winner “no response” at the moment, she did hear from her mother when she left the facility, according to the winner’s Instagram caption.
She said, “You should have let me visit you and embrace you,” according to Britney.
The “Crossroads” actress sought her childhood friend Jansen Fitzgerald to assist her in finding fresh guidance in the second screenshot.
An attorney was chosen by a judge in Los Angeles to represent Britney when her conservatorship started in 2008. It was 2021 before she was granted the right to select her legal counsel.
In 2019, Britney texted Fitzgerald, “I need John Bells’ number pls.” When you can
Then, after discovering that Britney’s staff had reportedly changed her medication without her consent, she asked her pal about lithium, a mood-stabilizing substance that Britney said in 2021 made her feel “drunk.”
Britney contacted Fitzgerald, saying, “I have a feeling you would say I will be ok but it still doesn’t make sense,” adding in the Instagram comment that she “never heard back from her” either.
Fitzgerald insisted Monday afternoon on her Instagram Stories that she “did react.” She assumed that “certain… communications were erased” from Britney’s phone, which Jamie, 70, is said to have kept an eye on while she was under the conservatorship.
“My phone number was blocked for her after she left the facility, and we haven’t spoken since!” Added Fitzgerald. I have made every effort to get in touch with her but have always been unsuccessful.
Fitzgerald’s reaction was uploaded by Lynne on her Instagram, along with the statement that she “had all the ‘full chats’ as well.”
After being released from the facility, Britney wrote to her court-appointed attorney Samuel D. Ingham III in the final screenshot from her 2019 text conversations that she intended to make some changes in her life.
She said, wanting her conservatorship to end, “I want to discuss about going to court when this is done and getting my medical rights.”
When this program is completed, I want to completely stop working. Britney said to Ingham, who resigned in 2021 to make room for former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart to take the case, “I want to live for me and have an interesting life.”
The singer of “Oops!… I Did It Again” wrapped up her Instagram caption by sharing a text message that her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, supposedly sent her at the same moment. She did not, however, attach a screenshot of that conversation.
Jamie Lynn, 31, allegedly wrote, “‘They’re not going to let you go so why are you fighting it.'”
In her first-ever public court testimony last summer, Britney claimed that her father, Jamie, had forced her into the mental health institution after they had disagreed about her since-canceled Las Vegas residency, “Domination.”
At the time, she told the judge that “my dad and everyone engaged in this conservatorship — including my managers, who had a significant role in punishing me when I said no — ma’am, they should be in jail.”
The legal arrangement was completely halted in November of last year after Jamie, who has denied any misconduct, was suspended as Britney’s conservator in September.
In court filings acquired by Page Six, Lynne claimed that without her “relentless lobbying” for her daughter, “the status quo would have maintained,” and she previously claimed partial responsibility for the conservatorship’s termination.
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