CelebritiesBritney Spears (40) likes to use Instagram as an outlet. She regularly shares videos and posts where she writes off all her worries and thoughts. Last Saturday was no different, but this time she turned to her family. “A heartfelt apology might help me close it all,” she wrote. Her mother Lynne Spears (67) did not hesitate for a moment and responded immediately.
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Lynne Spears has (finally) apologized publicly to her daughter Britney Spears. The singer was finally able to break free from the strict curatorship of her father, Jamie Spears, last year, but the family ties have not healed since then, on the contrary. Britney uses her newfound freedom to regularly share candid posts on her Instagram page. Last Saturday she had her heart looked again and addressed these difficult family ties. “For me, the real problem is that to this day my family is not aware of any harm. They believe they have done nothing wrong at all. They could at least take responsibility for their actions and admit that they hurt me,” he said indignantly.
She went on to say that sincere apologies would already go a long way toward closing things up for her, but she’s surprised her family members continue to act like everything’s okay. “From their response, it appears that I have no family that appreciates or respects me. As much as I loved them, it’s something I’ll probably never get over.”
Mother Lynne immediately responded to this cry for help. “I’m so sorry for your pain! I’ve regretted it for years,” she wrote. “I love you so much and I miss you. Deep down you know how much I love you. I apologize for anything and everything that hurt you.” She continued with a plea, “Please unblock me so we can talk about it in person.”
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