Lynne Spears, mother of pop star Britney Spears, is torn about her “mixed feelings” regarding the conservatorship struggle — a fight that led the singer to call 911 the night before her bomb statement.
“I have mixed feelings about everything,” Lynne, 66, confessed to journalists Ronan Farrow and Jia Tolentino in a new report from The New Yorker. “I don’t know what to think… It’s a lot of pain, a lot of worry.”
Lynne reportedly spoke “in a whisper” while on the phone with Farrow and Tolentino and “refused to answer detailed questions about the case.”
She also apologized after telling her she might have to “abruptly hang up” if a family member entered the room.
“I’m fine. I’m good at distraction,” she added.
The piece also claims that the 39-year-old “Toxic” singer called 911 the night before pleading her case. have custody terminated.
According to the publication, Spears called the emergency line to report herself as a victim of abuse in her custody, a call they confirmed through Ventura County law enforcement and a close friend.
The next day she testified that her family, namely her father Jamie Spears, should be sued over the terms of her conservatorship.
“I would honestly like to sue my family, to be completely honest,” she said during her 23-minute statement. “I would also like to share my story with the world, and what they have done to me, rather than it being a silent secret that they can all benefit from. I want to be heard about what they did to me by forcing me keep this up for so long. It’s not good for my heart. I’ve been so angry and I cry every day.”
Jamie, who has been in control of much of Britney’s personal life and finances over the years, has denied mismanaging the pop star’s career as one of her conservators.
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