Britney Spears is said goodbye to her Instagram account — for now.
via: Page Six
The singer, 40, deactivated her account on Thursday, just days after she called out her father, Jamie, 70, and mother, Lynne, 67, for treating her “like a f—king dog” during her 13-year conservatorship.
“Why did you and the family go along with it and treat me like a f–king dog ???” she captioned a since-deleted post on Tuesday.
She went on to call out her dad, writing, “WHAT MAKES YOU SO GODDAMN SPECIAL ??? WHAT MAKES YOUR OTHER DAUGHTERS SO GODDAMN SPECIAL THAT YOU TREATED ME LESS THAN A F–KING DOG ???”
Britney also claimed Jaime “always told me I was fat so I never felt pretty or good enough.”
“The first time I ever got slapped was the one night Paris [Hilton] and Lindsay [Lohan] dropped me off at my beach house with my babies,” the singer wrote in a since-deleted post.
She continued, “My mother was watching Jayden and Preston…yes I partied till like 4am and my mother was PISSED !!!! I walked in, she looked at me and hit me so hard that I will never forget it !!!”
Her estranged mother had previously tried to issue her an apology after the singer said that “a genuine apology would help give [her] closure” amid their falling out.
However, Lynne’s plea was too little too late for Britney, who told the family matriarch to “go f–k” herself before disclosing more of the trauma she endured before her conservatorship ended in November 2021.
“For 13 years, I had to meet doctors weekly to bring up my past which made it worse !!!” Britney started the post, adding that she acted like a “mother f–king Saint” out of fear she would be punished.
“Not one mother f–king person stood up for me !!! Mom take your apology and go f–k yourself !!!” she continued. “And to all the doctors for f–king with my mind … I pray you all burn in hell !!! Kiss my mother f–king ass!!!!”
The Grammy-winning singer has been known to deactivate her social media accounts from time to time — only to reactivate them days later.
Reps for Britney have yet to respond to our request for comment.