Britney Spears railed against “bullies” and claimed the majority of them are “actors and actresses” living in LA, just hours after her mother, Lynne Spears, denied selling the pop stars’ assets online.
The Toxic singer, 41, liked her Instagram on Thursday to share an extended post about how she can sympathize with victims of bullying because she knows “what it’s like to feel tormented… bullied… and completely humiliated.”
Britney added that the victims often “harm themselves,” as evidenced by the “research” she has done on the topic, and called out the perpetrators, saying they “never show remorse” for their actions.
“I believe those people are actors and live in Los Angeles,” she continued, alongside a bikini-filled video from her recent tropical vacation. “I’ll just say it…I have a nice house in Los Angeles…but the people there scare me and always have!!!”
Elsewhere in the caption, she wrote that bullies are “better at hiding emotions and weakness,” claiming that “most of them live in Los Angeles, they are called actors and actresses.”
Anger: Britney Spears railed against ‘bullies’ and claimed the majority of them are ‘actors and actresses’ living in LA, just hours after her mother, Lynne Spears, denied selling the pop stars’ assets online
Having fears: ‘I believe those people are actors and live in Los Angeles!!! I’ll just say it…I have a nice house in Los Angeles,” she wrote, admitting, “but the people there scare me and always have!!!”
Britney closed the post with “PS yesterday with the sailors,” while the accompanying clip showed the beautiful global icon rocking a pink bikini while on a yacht crewed by a pair of sailors.
The epic Instagram post comes after a DailyMail source said Lynne allegedly profited from her daughter during their estrangement – by selling the pop star’s clothes and accessories online and at a local consignment shop for the past five years.
A Spears family insider has claimed that Lynne has ‘easily made thousands of dollars in profit’ – adding that Britney has ‘no idea’ about this.
“When Britney came home early in her career, she would unload her clothes at her mother’s house in Kentwood. This also included things she wore on tour and her personal clothing,” an insider exclusively told DailyMail.com.
It comes as Lynne denied selling Britney’s childhood dolls and diaries, insisting she wouldn’t be so ‘cruel’.
Writing on Instagram on Thursday, she offered to send the “special” items in question to Britney as she professed her love for her estranged daughter.
Alongside photos of the dolls and a diary, she wrote: ‘I’m not sure who told you I got rid of your dolls and diaries, but I would never do that! That would be cruel, because I know how much they mean to you. They are also special to me because of the years we spent collecting them.
‘Of course I still have your things, and I’ll be happy to send them to you if you want. Please let me know and know how much I love you!’
Cheers! Britney looked sensational in her pink floral swimsuit as she held up a drink
Boat ride: The Baby One More Time hitmaker enjoyed the warm sunshine as he struck a few poses while spending time on the water
Fire sale: The epic Instagram post comes after a DailyMail source said Lynne Spears allegedly took advantage of her daughter during their estrangement; Britney and Lynne Spears in 1999
Lynne — who still lives in the $2 million home Britney built for her in 2001 — recently returned to work as a substitute teacher in Kentwood.
“She is struggling to pay her bills, but she has already replaced several classes at (a local school),” the insider previously told DailyMail.com.
Lynne’s Instagram share comes as Britney’s former home in Kentwood, Louisiana was put on the market last week for $1.2 million.
It has been reported that a door from the family home that reads “Christina sucks” could fetch as much as $30,000 at auction.
Britney candidly said, “I wear my heart on my sleeve and I had to learn it the hard way… but I do know what it’s like to feel tormented… bullied… and completely humiliated.”
The singer stated that she spoke out on the subject because “when it comes to emotion, there really is no explanation!!!” It’s really beautiful, but on top of that there’s the abuse…that’s where it gets a little more serious!!!’
‘Is it bad??? 100 percent, it’s a big deal!!!’ she wrote, later adding, “You would think the person causing the emotional turmoil would be the one feeling guilty….”
“Even if some victims actually committed suicide, the person who caused it got away with it doesn’t even show any sign of remorse!!!”
Speaking: Britney wrote a lengthy caption for her 42.6 million followers discussing ‘bullying’ and calling it ‘a big deal’
“I believe those people are actors and live in Los Angeles!!! I’ll just say it…I have a nice house in Los Angeles,” she wrote, admitting, “but the people there scare me and always have!!!”
‘Maybe I should take an acting class and not be so serious with my real emotions!!! Maybe I’m wrong, but I’d rather be wrong than give my lips and smile at someone who isn’t even qualified to come one meter near me!!!’ Spears concluded.
Her lengthy statement comes shortly after Timbaland issued an apology to the pop star after he said Justin Timberlake should “muzzle” her in the wake of her scathing portrayal of the singer in her memoir, The Woman In Me.
In the book she opened up about her relationship with the Mirrors hitmaker and also claimed he convinced her to have an abortion because he wasn’t ‘ready’ to be a father.
Candid: Britney candidly said: ‘I wear my heart on my sleeve and I learned it the hard way… but I know what it’s like to feel tormented… bullied… and completely humiliated’
Addressing: “Maybe I’m wrong, but I’d rather be wrong than give my lips and smile at someone who isn’t even qualified to come one meter near me!!!” Spears concluded
Denied: The post also comes after her mother Lynne took to Instagram on Thursday to deny selling her daughter’s belongings
Profitable: However, insiders exclusively told DailyMail.com that Britney’s mother has been selling her daughter’s assets for years and profiting from the artist
During a recent interview at the Kennedy Center, Timbaland had said, “I wanted to call and say, ‘JT, you need to put a muzzle on that girl!’
He quickly received backlash for the comment, saying in a TikTok video shared Tuesday that he was “sorry to all the Britney fans, even her.”
The record producer also told the star: ‘You have a voice. You say what you want to say. Who am I to tell you what not to say?’
He added that he was “wrong,” but also explained, “I’m not one to take sides.”
‘I understand your point. Do you see his point? You know, can we all just agree to say, ‘This is that and that’s this?’ That’s just the way I am, so I apologize to the Britney fans and to her.”