Britney Spears released a since-deleted Instagram statement on Saturday hitting out against the TV specials and documentaries made about her life.
The pop singer expressed her anger in length and stated that no other stars would have received the amount of harsh press that she did without their permission.
The 40-year-old also blamed America for bullying her over the years, saying, ‘I feel like America has done a wonderful job at humiliating me.’
Frustration: Britney Spears, 40, took to Instagram on Saturday to express her frustration over recent TV specials and documentaries about her; Pictured 2018
Upset: The singer also blamed America for bullying her over the years, saying, ‘I feel like America has done a wonderful job at humiliating me’
The Toxic singer jumped to her Instagram after being fueled with frustration over claiming she had been set up for a ‘cheap shot.’
Britney explained that throughout her life, she had always walked to her car when arriving at the airport. However, after recently arriving back in Los Angeles after spending a romantic honeymoon with husband, Sam Asghari, she was picked up in a golf cart.
The star stated that the only reason a cart was brought around for her was because, ‘they knew they were gonna take my pic so they so lovingly brought it for the first time in 20 years.’
However, Britney expressed that her anger wasn’t due to the ‘whole embarrassing ugly pic sell’ of her.
Documentaries and specials have been made about the singer without any permission from her.
‘Humiliating’: The star wrote out that America only continues to bully and humiliate her, ‘I’ve never felt more bullied in my life’
‘It’s so insulting’: Britney explained that no other stars would have footage, press, and documentaries shared or released without their permission
The Princess of Pop expressed how upset she was over the fact that the documentaries claimed to be helping her.
She typed out that no people or networks would ever treat other stars the way they had treated her, also saying how hey dug ‘up that much negative footage and do hour specials claiming its ‘HELPING ME.’
Britney explained that individuals believed that the specials helped her conservatorship end, which she stated was far from the truth.
Back from their honeymoon: Britney and new husband, Sam Asghari, had touched down in Los Angeles following a romantic getaway where the star claimed she was set up for ’embarrassing’ paparazzi photos
The conservatorship: Britney expressed anger over people saying the documentaries helped her get out of her conservatorship
Britney added that it was herself that go her out of the 13-year conservatorship, not the documentaries.
‘I just want to know how are all these people saying it helped me when I feel by with just my mouth and my WORD and what I said in my testimony to the judge!! THAT said it all…that would be ENOUGH.’
The singer geared a lot of the blame towards not a specific person, but an entire country.
‘America…this nation has been one thing and one thing only to me-a bully,’ she typed out towards the end of the statement. The star added that the country has never done anything to protect her.
‘…and come on seriously is it honestly legal to do that many documentaries about someone without their blessing at all??!’
‘A bully’: Britney expressed in her since-deleted statement that America has only been a bully to her over the years
Although the conservatorship was brought to an end last year, peace hasn’t been fully settled.
Britney and her father, Jamie, have been fighting with each other on multiple accounts since the end of her conservatorship.
According to TMZ, the famed singer wanted her father to be held accountable for the difficult years he had put her through.
On the opposite end, Jamie wants his daughter to sit down for a deposition, claiming she has been spreading lies about him on social media.
New life: Britney and Sam tied the knot in an intimate ceremony with Britney’s family not in attendance