Britney Spears Shares Text Messages Sent to Her Mom From Mental Health Facility But Deletes it later
Britney Spears allegedly exchanged text messages with her mother Lynne during a stint at a mental health centre in 2019.
According to BuzzFeed, Spears said in the now-deleted post, “It’s a little different with proof,” “Here are my text messages to my mom in that place 3 years ago … I show it because there was no response.” A “friend from home” named “Jansen” and Britney’s previous court-appointed lawyer Sam Ingham were also mentioned in the posts.
Records from Spears’ prior attempts to terminate her conservatorship were obtained by the New York Times, including a document in which the singer claimed she was forced to stay at a mental health institution in 2019. If this occurrence is similar to the incident referred to in relation to texts sent to her mother, it is not clear.
Britney appears to query the dosage of an antipsychotic medicine known as Seroquel, which is used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar illness, in these reported texts to Lynne. As she puts it, Seroquel is “WAAAAAY Stronger than lithium,” another medication that the Mayo Clinic says can be used to treat mania, one of the symptoms of bipolar disorder.
“I literally feel alll the sick medicine in my stomach,” Spears wrote in her letter, “I feel like he’s trying to kill me.” After being compelled to take lithium, Britney testified in court that she“felt drunk” and “could not even have a conversation with my parents.”
‘Jansen’ was meant to assist Spears find a new lawyer, but she says she never heard from her. Britney also asks for her friend’s opinion on the lithium levels and “it being monitored for so long” in addition to his phone number.
A lengthy text message that Britney purportedly sent to Ingham, or as she calls him, “the lawyer I didn’t get to pick.” Spears concluded her message by expressing a desire to “live for me and have an adventurous life,” be permitted to drive again, and take three holidays later in the year. Her explosive testimony from last year, which prepared the path for the termination of her conservatorship, had many of the same points.
Images of all three texts are shown below.
“I always felt like some of my messages were deleted,” Jensen writes in a screenshot of what she claims to be her reaction to Britney’s text. Both Jensen and Lynne posted the screengrab on their Instagram accounts. “Britney, I have all the ‘whole conversations’ as well! I hurt for you that you feel the people who love you the most betrayed you,” she wrote. “Let me come to you! I love you!