Britney Spears’ struggles ending? Singer’s mom finally apologizes, begs to be ‘unblocked’

HOLLYWOOD - JUNE 28: Singer Britney Spears attends the MTV Bash at the Hollywood Palladium on June 28, 2003 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Lynne Spears apologized to her daughter Britney Spears on Instagram for “everything and anything” that has caused her grief. It appears to be something the singer has desired since she was released from her conservatory. Will it put an end to her constant outbursts about how her family has harmed her?

On social media, the “Toxic” singer frequently criticizes her family for their participation or collaboration in her conservatorship, which lasted from February 2008 to November of last year.

Britney stated in a lengthy Instagram post over the weekend that it is difficult for her to accept the fact that her family has not accepted responsibility for their alleged behavior and continues to act as if nothing is wrong. She began by saying that her true problem is that her family still has no conscience and believes they have done nothing wrong to her after all is said and done.

She wrote that instead of sweeping everything under the rug, they could at least accept responsibility for their actions and admit to injuring her.

She went on to say that while a simple apology would provide some closure for her, the fact that they continue to act as if what they did to her is acceptable baffles her every day of her life. Their response shows that she has no family who values or respects her.

Britney Spears expressed her love for her family. This, however, is something she will most likely never get over. Following this lengthy post, her mother responded in the comment section, which drew the attention of many Britney Spears fans.

Her mother, Lynne, responded in the comments section by apologizing for Britney’s anguish due to the conservatorship, which was mostly overseen by Britney’s father Jamie. She even asked her daughter to unblock her so they could communicate better.

Lynne wrote:

“I am sooo sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years! I love you so much and miss you! Please unblock me, so I can speak to you in person. Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I apologize for anything and everything that’s hurt you!”