Britney Spears on Tuesday accused her mother Lynne of being the architect of the conservatorship that has restricted her every move for the last 13 years, fuming in an angry Instagram post: ‘You know exactly what you did.’

Spears, 39, quickly deleted the text and launched an incredible attack against her mother.

Lynne Spears attempted to take Britney’s side during her row with Jamie, Lynne’s ex husband, over the conservatorship.

The singer has rejected her offers of help, and Tuesday she said that her mother was the real villain in this sorry story. 

Britney stated that Britney’s dad is not intelligent enough to consider a conservatorship.  

The singer posted a message on Instagram reading: ‘The most dangerous animal in the world is a silent smiling woman’.

She captioned the image: ‘My dad may have started the conservatorship 13 years ago … but what people don’t know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea.

“I will never get these years back. 

‘She secretly ruined my life … and yes I will call her and Lou Taylor out on it … so take your whole ‘I have NO IDEA what’s going on’ attitude and go f*** yourself!!!!’ 

Britney Spears posted an Instagram caption on Tuesday, which she then deleted and replaced with an edited version, leaving out the condemnation of her mother

Britney Spears posted an Instagram caption Tuesday. She then deleted it and replaced it with an edited version.

Britney Spears's family: from left - Jamie Spears, Bryan Spears, Jamie-Lynn Spears, Britney Spears and Lynne Spears. Jamie and Lynne divorced in 2002

Britney Spears’s family: From left to right – Jamie Spears (Bryan Spears), Jamie-Lynn Spears Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Britney Spears, Lynne Spears. Jamie and Lynne split in 2002

Jamie and Lynne Spears are pictured in November 2012, during a hearing at Los Angeles County Court House

Jamie and Lynne Sparrow are pictured during a hearing at Los Angeles County Court House in November 2012.

Taylor is Taylor’s former manager of business. 

She continued: ‘You know exactly what you did … my dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship.’

Spears then deleted the post, and replaced it with one which appeared to be celebrating the news that her father has formally requested an end to her conservatorship, telling the judge in Los Angeles that he is abandoning his role immediately and does not want further payment.

‘It was a family business before … it’s no longer that anymore !!!!’ Britney said this in an updated post, which had removed the attack on her mother.

‘I was BORN today cause I get to SMILE … so thank you for exiting out of my life and finally allowing me to live mine Thank you!!!!

“Psssssssssss, do you know how mean I sound?” Yes … I 100 billion percent I do.’

Lynne Spears, in July, made a sworn statement to support her daughter’s efforts to remove her father as conservator.

She said, “It is evident to me that James P. Spears cannot put my daughter’s interests before his own on both an professional and personal level.” 

Jamie and Lynne Spears are seen in 2006 with their son Bryan and daughter Britney

Jamie and Lynne Spears with their son Bryan, and Britney, were photographed in 2006.

Britney Spears posted this picture in January 2019, showing her as a little girl with her parents Jamie and Lynne

Britney Spears posted the following picture in January 2019, showing her little girl as a child with her parents Jamie, and Lynne.

Jamie retorted, accusing Lynne being an absent mom and claiming that Britney paid her $150,000 per year for her Louisiana mansion. 

Jamie Spears said that Lynne, in stark contrast, is the one who is incapable to put her daughter’s interests before her own. 

Lynne has not been involved with her daughter’s lives for the majority of the past 12 years. 

‘Despite their estranged marriage, the Conservatorship Estate paid and continues to pay for Lynne’s Louisiana mansion. This includes all her utility bills, weekly maid services, and all maintenance. The total amount is upwards of $150,000 per calendar year and nearly $2,000,000 to date.  

Britney made the accusations against her mother as her father made the strongest possible move to end the arrangement. 

Jamie Spears (69) filed a petition on September 7 to end the conservatorship.

On Tuesday, he told Judge Brenda Penny he was withdrawing from the agreement. He stated that he was tired of the legal wrangling.

His lawyers wrote in court documents obtained from TMZ: ‘Jamie unconditionally love and supports his daughter. It’s over.

Jamie will do all he can to care for and protect her, just as he did for her throughout her life.

“For the past 13 years, this included serving as her conservator. It means she will be ending her Conservatorship.

Jamie Spears, 69, on Tuesday informed the judge in the conservatorship of his daughter Britney (right) that he was formally exiting the arrangement - something he requested in September

Jamie Spears, 69 years old, informed Britney (right), the judge in conservatorship of his daughter Britney, that he was officially leaving the arrangement. This was something he requested in September

Britney Spears, 39, has for several years been trying to extricate herself from the 13-year conservatorship

Britney Spears, 39 has been trying for many years to get out of the 13-year conservatorship.

He stated that he was transferring all of his documents and files to his daughter’s legal team regardless of the judge’s ruling.

He also stated that he did not seek more money. Jamie Spears received $16,000 per month for managing his daughter’s $60 million estate.

“This conservatorship should be ended. His lawyers wrote, “Now, he should end this conservatorship.”

“There is no need to delay the termination of the Conservatorship for another second. Jamie is willing to agree to the immediate termination without reservation or exception of the Conservatorship.

Judge Penny removed Jamie Spears officially as the controller of her estate, on September 29.

‘The current situation is not tenable,’ she added before also ordering that control of all of the singer’s assets be turned over to a court-appointed temporary conservator – a certified public accountant named John Zabel.

Britney Spears and her father Jamie are pictured in 2008, before their estrangement. She has now said he should be investigated for the way he handled her conservatorship

Britney Spears with her father Jamie in 2008, before they split. She now says he should be investigated because of the way he handled their conservatorship.

Mathew Rosengart, Britney Spears's lawyer, was hired by the singer on July 14 to represent her - replacing the court-appointed Sam Ingham

Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosegart was hired on July 14 by the singer to replace Sam Ingham.

Jamie Spears is seen in October 2012, leaving court after a hearing in her conservatorship case

Jamie Spears was seen leaving court in October 2012 following a hearing in the conservatorship case.

Mathew Rosengart, the singer’s lawyer, is trying depose him. He is accused of mismanaging his affairs and abusing position.

Rosengart filed a request for Jamie to be deposed on October 1, and asked the Louisiana-born businessman why he wanted to end the conservatorship.

What is a conservatorship and how does it work?

A conservatorship refers to a legal concept that allows a probate judge to appoint someone to manage an incapacitated individual’s financial or personal affairs.

It is often a relative. Although the terminology and details can vary from one state or another, the general principles are the same.

The duties of a conservator include overseeing finances and medical care as well as living arrangements.

Britney’s conservators oversee visitation arrangements with her teenage sons. They are also in full custody of her ex-husband Kevin Federline. It is most commonly used for someone who has dementia or is severely mentally incapacitated.

Britney has released four albums in the 13 years she was under her conservatorship. Two of them went platinum. She also appeared on American Idol and The X Factor. She also had a residency of four years in Las Vegas, which reportedly brought in close to $138million.

Britney’s case details are not known. Unless a judge tells them otherwise, they still have the right to make decisions according to California’s handbook.

They can choose how they are paid, what they spend on their allowances, whether they retain legal representation, vote in elections and get married. They can also draft their own wills and make medical decisions.

All conservatees have the right of being treated with understanding, respect, and to have their wishes respected. They have all basic human right and the right of being well cared for by them,’ the California handbook states.

Britney claims that she does not have these rights. It is not clear whether this is a violation or an agreement.

There are two types: one who looks after the person’s meals, housekeeping, transport and recreation and the other who manages the estate’s finances and protects assets. Sometimes one person can fulfill both of these roles.

The conservator must file periodic activity reports within one year of their appointment and again every two years thereafter until the relationship is ended.

Estate managers must disclose asset values, gains, and losses and show receipts for any expenditures of conservatorship money. They are also prohibited by the conservatee from borrowing money or lending cash. Similar systems are found in many countries.

It is called a deputyship in the United Kingdom. The court will, however, appoint an independent conservator in Britain.

He asked Jamie if he was motivated by a desire to boost his reputation or to avoid his omission or respond to the exceptional discovery he received in August.

Rosengart, Britney’s lawyer since July, requested all documents concerning communications between Jamie, Tri Star and management company Tri Star. He also sought all documents regarding any agreements between Jamie, Tri Star, and Tri Star. The estate also requested all payments to Tri Star for legal services.

Rosengart also wants to ask Jamie, under oath, how much money he received from the estate of his daughter since 2008’s inception of the conservatorship.

The lawyer is also requesting all documents related to Britney’s personal telephone and any recording devices she has placed in her home.  

Britney’s next court appearance is scheduled for November 12. It will likely focus on Britney losing her conservatorship. Britney filed a petition to end it in September.

Rosengart stated in court documents that Ms. Spears has been freed after more than a decade.

‘Ms. Spears has made it clear that she wants to end the conservatorship she has been subject to for so many years. She has asked this Court to ‘let’ her have her life back’ without any evaluation. Spears attended two Court hearings recently and asked this Court to end the conservatorship.

“It is respectfully submitted, with the consent of all the parties, that the time has come.

Spears and her fiancé Sam Asghari were spotted house hunting on October 20 as she continues to make strides in regaining her freedom.

The pair looked at a $16.5 Million mansion in Calabasas’s Hidden Hills neighborhood. This property currently belongs to JeffreeStar, a well-known makeup mogul. 

Asghari and Spears were seen arriving at Hidden Hills’ private entrance, which is only accessible to A-list residents like Drake, the Kardashians, and Miley Cyrus.  

Star purchased the house in 2019 for $14.6 Million. It has seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The house also boasts stunning views of the Southern California hills.  

Pop singer, who has been performing since childhood, is fighting for her freedom from a conservatorship she was placed under in 2008.

Criticism has grown about the arrangement, with the singer and her supporter arguing that it may have been initially practical, but had long outgrown the purpose.

Jamie Spears was receiving $16,000 per month to manage his daughter’s affairs while she was touring the world and making millions.

Spears stated in court that she just wanted her life back in June. 

“And it’s been thirteen years and it’s enough. It’s been a while since I owned my money. 

“And it’s my wish, my dream that all of this should end without being tested.”

Jamie Spears decided to resign on August 12 after he felt pressured by his daughter, Lynne, and Britney’s fan base. However, he did so only after everything was in place. He didn’t specify how long this would take. 

The father of three, a Louisiana-born father, said on September 7 that he accepted that the moment was now. He also defended his work for the past 13 years.

“The conservatorship has helped Ms. Spears through a major life-changing event, rehabilitate, advance her career, and set her finances and affairs in order. However, things have changed recently,’ the filing stated. 

“Ms. Spears is now vocal in her frustration at the conservatorship’s level of control and has asked this Court to let her have her life back.”

He also stated that his legal teams do not believe she needs further psychological assessments – something that will be a relief to the singer who publicly opposed another evaluation.  

Judge Penny has yet to respond to Jamie Spears’s latest petition. 


Britney with her father, brother and mother in 2006. Her parents separated

Britney with her brother, father and mother in 2006. Her parents divorced. 

2002 Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears divorce. 

Britney splits with Justin Timberlake at the same time.

2004: Britney marries Kevin Federline.

2005 Britney and Kevin welcome their first child, Sean Preston Federline. 

2006Jayden James Federline is Britney and Kevin’s second child. 

2007Britney, who is going through a custody battle with Kevin and is now separated from him, shaves off her head and attacks a paparazzo in the car.

2008 Jamie Spears files for conservatorship of Britney, claiming she is not legally well enough to make her own decisions. 

Britney in 2008 for a custody hearing as part of her split with Kevin Federline

Jamie Spears in court in 2008 getting the conservatorship

Britney in 2008, for a custody hearing. This was part of her split from Kevin Federline. Jamie Spears, 2008 conservatorship hearing in court


The conservatorship – which had been temporary – is extended  every year. 

Jamie’s attorneys explain in court papers how Jamie makes more money. 


Britney in 2019, in the grips of the conservatorship, in Las Vegas at her residency

Britney in 2019, under the conservatorship in Las Vegas, at her residency

Britney announces an “indefinite” work hiatus and cancels lucrative Las Vegas residency.

Jamie files paperwork asking for conservatorship to be extended beyond California to include Hawaii, Louisiana, and Florida.  

After allegations that he abused one son of her daughters, he is now her primary conservator. However he is still listed as one who is in charge. 

EARLY 2020Britney, Jamie, and Jamie-Lynne will be in Louisiana for two weeks together.  

The #FreeBritney movement has been growing. 

Jamie’s attorneys claim that everyone is happy together, and that they enjoy spending time together in quarantine.  

NOVEMBER 2020Britney’s attorneys claim that Britney is afraid for her father and ask for Bessemer Trust. 

Her followers start to speculate over her cryptic Instagram videos and posts that she doesn’t want a way out.  

DECEMBER 2020: The conservatorship has been extended to September 2021.

FEBRUARY 5, 2021 Framing Britney Spears debuts on Hulu.

Britney was placed under a conservatorship. This is used when older, possibly senile, people are unable to look after their own affairs. 

Fans are concerned for her well-being and have demanded that she be released from the control of her father, Jamie

Jamie, her father, is worried about her well-being. Fans demanded that Jamie release her from his control.

It gives control to the appointed conservator to protect the recipient’s best interests. However, in most cases, the recipient isn’t well enough to manage their own money like Britney, who has millions. Under the rules of the probate conservatorship, Jamie now has equal control over her estate to a third party and an attorney, Andrew Wallet. 

Wallet receives a salary of $426,000 per year from Britney’s estate. 

He, Jamie and the third party who was brought on recently can make deals on her behalf and restrict her visitors.


Britney and her boyfriend Sam Asghari

Britney and Sam Asghari, her boyfriend

Britney gave an emotional testimony to the court, stating that she had suffered from psychological issues for many years due to the conservatorship. She said it was so restrictive that she was not allowed remove her IUD birth control. 


Britney’s November 2020 demand was met by Judge Brenda Penny who refused to remove Jamie. 

She doesn’t explain why, but she invites her attorney to file paperwork to terminate it. He doesn’t. 


A day after the judge’s ruling, Bessemer Trust, which had been brought on, resigned, saying they were never aware that Britney wanted to end the conservatorship. 

The company’s attorneys stated in a court filing: “We heard her and will respect her wishes.” 


Larry Rudolph wrote a note to Jamie and to the conservatorship to let them know he was no longer needed as Britney wanted his retirement. 

He claimed he hadn’t spoken to her in two years, but others had told him that she wanted to resign. 


Britney’s attorney, Sam Ingham, has resigned after failing to file paperwork to end the conservatorship despite her pleas. 


Britney was allowed to choose a lawyer to help end her conservatorship by a Los Angeles court after she said that her current situation was ‘allowing dad to ruin my life’. Mathew Rosengart, a former federal prosecutor, was her new attorney. 


Paris Hilton and other fans hailed Singer’s seminude post as evidence of her determination for freedom.


Jamie’s mother’s attack against Jamie gives her a strong new ally in her quest to be free.


Jamie’s lawyers filed court papers stating that Jamie will step down and provide an orderly transition for another conservator.

He claimed that he was doing this because he felt that a public dispute with his daughter was not in her best interest. 


Jamie states that his daughter ‘is entitled to have this Court now seriously consider whether this conservatorship is no longer required.’ 

The filing stated that Britney Spears’ situation had changed to the point that a conservatorship could not be established. 


LA Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny ruled to suspend Jamie as the conservator of Britney’s estate. 

Accountant John Zabel has been named as the temporary replacement conservator. 


Jamie Spears filed court papers declaring that he was withdrawing from the arrangement immediately and handing over all documents.