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Britney Spears Reveals Guardianship Scared Her From The Music Business | Britney Spears

Britney Spears says her years under conservatorship scared her of the entertainment industry.

The singer revealed her reasons for not being ready to return to the music business after her conservatorship ended in November in an Instagram post.

In one long note shared as screenshotsshe said: “I wanted to be nice but what they did to my heart was unforgivable. said ‘no'”.

The controversial legal arrangement controlled his life for nearly 14 years and stripped him of the right to make fundamental decisions about his finances, career and personal life.

“It was a setup to fail me,” she wrote. “So much wasted time just to embarrass and humiliate me and I guess it seems strange to most now why I don’t even do my music anymore. People have no idea the horrible things that have been done to me personally… and what I’ve been through. I’m scared of people and things. They really hurt me.

“Not doing my music anymore is a way of saying ‘fuck you’ in a sense that it’s actually benefiting my family by ignoring my real work.”

Spears shared the statement along with a set of prayer graphics. The last three images are screenshots of her notes, in which she also talks about losing faith.

“I had an experience three years ago where I stopped believing in God,” she writes. “From every angle, I was hurt for no reason and my family was hurting me. I went into a state of shock and the way I coped was false denial. It was too difficult to face. Then it came full circle and my heart took over and I was [a] Lion.”

She also writes about her goals for 2022: “My goal for this year is to push myself a bit more and do things that scare me but not too much. I know what makes me happy and brings me joy and I try to meditate on those places and thoughts that allow me to experience them.

Her father’s lawyers asked her to keep paying her legal fees, saying he had “stepped up” to protect her from “opportunistic and wholly self-interested parties”.