Britney Spears slams Christina Aguilera for 'refusing to speak' about 'abusive' conservatorship after huge court win

BRITNEY Spears slammed Christina Aguilera for "refusing to speak" about "abusive" conservatorship.

The 39-year-old called out the Genie in a Bottle singer after her huge court win.


While taking to her Instagram Story on Friday, Britney shared a clip of Christina, 40, being asked by reporters if she's been in touch with the Toxic singer while attending the Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday.

A rep for Christina pulled her away as she told reporters: "I can't, but I'm happy for her."

Alongside the video, Britney wrote: "I love and adore everyone who appreciated me… but refusing to speak when you know the truth, is equivalent to a lie!!!"

She continued: "13 years being in a corrupt abusive system yet why is it such a hard topic for people to talk about??

"I'm the one who went through it!!!!

"All the supporters who spoke up and supported me thank you!"

The note concluded: "Yes I do matter!!!!"

PRAISE FOR GAGA

Shortly after slamming Christina, Britney praised Lady Gaga for supporting her amid the conservatorship battle.

Britney shared a video of Lady Gaga, 35, at the House of Gucci premiere, stating: "The way that she was treated in this business was really wrong and the way that women are treated in the music industry is something that I wish would change."

Lady Gaga added that Britney will "forever be an inspiration to women."

Above the video, Britney wrote: "Thank you @LadyGaga for genuinely taking your time to say something so kind.

"You made me cry!!! I love you!!!"

CHRISTINA'S SUPPORT

Back in June, Christina took to Instagram to show her support for Britney amid the conservatorship hearing.

Her Instagram Story text post read: “These past few days I’ve been thinking about Britney and everything she is going through.

“It is unacceptable that any woman, or human, wanting to be in control of their own destiny might not be allowed to live life as they wish.”

She continued: “To be silenced, ignored, bullied or denied support by those ‘close' to you is the most depleting, devastating and demeaning thing imaginable. 

“The harmful mental and emotional damage this can take on a human spirit is nothing to be taken lightly.

“Every woman must have the right to her own body, her own reproductive system, her own privacy, her own space, her own healing and her own happiness.”

Christina added in a follow-up post: “While I am not behind the closed doors of this very layered & personal yet public conversation – all I can do is share from my heart on what I’ve heard, read and seen in the media.

“The conviction and desperation of this plea for freedom leads me to believe that this person I once knew has been living without compassion or decency from those in control.”

The Beautiful singer concluded: “To a woman who has worked under conditions and pressure unimaginable to most, I promise you she deserves all of the freedom possible to live her happiest life.

“My heart goes out to Britney. She deserves all the TRUE love and support in the world.”

Christina posted the same note on Twitter, which shared alongside a throwback photo with Britney.

The two entertainers previously starred on The Mickey Mouse Club together, while they both went on to have successful singing careers and often competed against each other.

BRIT'S VICTORY

Britney's conservatorship officially ended after 13 years without requiring any further mental evaluation as Judge Brenda Penny ruled in favor of the Grammy award winner.

Earlier this month, Judge Penny ruled that Britney's conservatorship be terminated, giving the hitmaker control of her life for the first time since before 2008.

In September, Britney's case returned to a Los Angeles courtroom where Judge Penny made a number of bombshell rulings, following her father Jamie Spears' decision to step down from the conservatorship the month prior.

She ruled to suspend Jamie from the conservatorship, however, it did not mean the end of the conservatorship altogether at the time.



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