More to come: Britney Spears hinted Tuesday there is more to her shocking story
Despite revealing a laundry list of shocking bombshells during a virtual court appearance last month, Spears, 39, hinted Tuesday that there is more to come.
Taking to her Instagram account to post a graphic that read ‘one day at a time’ the Toxic singer said she won’t be able to ‘fully move on’ until she’s fully told her side of the story.
Spears added in the caption Spears captioned the post: ‘So I said “life goes on” in one of my recent posts but it’s always easier said than done !!!!!’
‘In that moment that’s what felt was the easiest to say but I think we all know that I will never be able to let go and fully move on until I’ve said all I needed to say.’
Adding: ‘…and I’m not even close !!!! I was told to stay quiet about things for so long and I finally feel like I’m just getting here !!!!’
‘I’m not even close!’ Britney, 39, said she’ll never be able to ‘let go and fully move on’ from conservatorship battle until she’s revealed full extent of her ordeal
In her bombshell testimonial last month, Spears claimed that the conservatorship has prevented her from getting married to boyfriend Sam Asghari, who she has been dating since 2016, and also having a baby with him.
The star – who shares sons sons Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14, with ex-husband Kevin Federline – alleged how her father has controlled every aspect of her life including forcing her to have birth control implants to prevent her having anymore children.
Last week, Spears won the right to choose her own lawyer after she tearfully told LA court she wants her father charged with conservatorship abuse.
Speaking out: Britney has been getting increasingly vocal about her situation on Instagram
The court approved her request to appoint Mathew Rosengart as her lawyer, taking over from court-appointed Samuel Ingham.
Rosengart told the court he would be filing paperwork in the next few week to end the arrangement that has been in place since 2008.
This came after Ingham resigned in the wake of Spears’ bombshell court appearance on June 23 where she pleaded for the ‘abusive’ conservatorship to end.
Spears on June 23 told that she believed she was not allowed to choose her own attorney.
‘I was on tour in 2018. I was forced to do… My management said if I don’t do this tour, I will have to find an attorney, and by contract my own management could sue me if I didn’t follow through with the tour.
Spat? Fans have speculated about a rift between Britney and her sister Jamie Lynn Spears (Pictured together in 2017)
‘He handed me a sheet of paper as I got off the stage in Vegas and said I had to sign it. It was very threatening and scary.
‘And with the conservatorship, I couldn’t even get my own attorney,’ she said.
‘So out of fear, I went ahead and I did the tour.’
Over the weekend, a spat between Britney and her sister emerged, when Jamie Lynn took to Instagram to share selfies with the caption: ‘May the peace of the Lord be with you, and your spirit’ – however she later deleted the message.
When she’d posted the religious message, Britney shared a dancing video with the caption: ‘May the Lord wrap your mean a*s up in joy today… this is Bad Guy part 2 … same song new dance… if you don’t like it … don’t watch it!!!!!’
Wish for happiness: Britney has stated that she wants to move on with her life, with her boyfriend Sam Asghari by her side (Pictured together in 2019)
The social media snipes come amid Britney’s ongoing battle to have her father removed as her conservator after having every aspect of her life controlled by Jamie Spears for 13 years, with the controversial court case ongoing.
On Sunday, Jamie appeared to attempt to shake off any drama with sister she shared snaps in a sexy red suit while preaching about the ‘peace of the Lord,’ despite being publicly called out by the Toxic singer in a recent July 17 Instagram post.
Britney took aim in an expletive-filled post with a graphic that read: ‘Kiss my a**, eat s**t and step on legos,’ where she slammed her younger sister again, after accusing the teen star of speaking about the conservatorship to ‘save face.’