Lynne Spears Responds After Britney Shares 2019 Texts

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Britney Spears’ mother has responded after her daughter shared screenshots of text messages the singer sent to her mother, friend and lawyer from a mental health facility in 2019 – which, according to Britney, elicited “no response”.

“Britney, I have ‘all the conversations’ too!” Lynne, 67, captioned a screenshot of texts Britney’s friend Jansen Fitzgerald posted to her Instagram Story on Monday to show she responded to the pop star.

“I feel bad for you that you feel like the people who love you the most have betrayed you! Let me come to you! I love you!” Lynne added, although she did not share her own alleged responses to her daughter’s desperate pleas.

Britney Spears and Lynne Spears at the 2000 Grammy Awards.
Lynne Spears responded to Britney Spears by sharing screenshots of their 2019 text messages.
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In messages Britney, 40, sent to Fitzgerald – whom she claimed she had “never heard of” – she asked for help in finding a new lawyer (her lawyer at the time, Samuel D. Ingham III, was appointed by the court) and also expressed concern about the lithium drug, which she claimed was administered against her will under her guardianship.

According to Fitzgerald’s receipts, she told Britney she “had to research” the drug because she “didn’t know much about it.”

Screenshot of a text message showing Jansen Fitzgerald's response to Britney Spears
“I also have the ‘entire conversations’!” Lynne captioned a screenshot of texts between Britney and her friend Jansen Fitzgerald.
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“I think at least you are at least in a safe range. He says they monitor blood levels so they can keep them within a certain range,” Fitzgerald replied to his friend, who had asked her if she thought it was “really healthy and okay to donate blood for SO LONG”.

In response to Britney’s request for the phone number of a man named John Bell, Fitzgerald said she had “had no luck getting his number this week” because the only person she knew who might have it—a woman named Mrs. Donna—responded to her request with an automated “out of office” message.

Jamie Spears, Bryan Spears, Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney Spears and Lynne Spears posing for a photo.
Lynne has not released her own alleged responses to her daughter.
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Fitzgerald accompanied the screenshot with text that read, “Replied!! I always felt like some of my posts had been deleted.

Fitzgerald told her followers her heart was “a little broken” saying she didn’t try to help her longtime friend.

“This message along with THOUSANDS of messages were sent to the court investigator in 2019 to help my friend Britney Spears,” she claimed, adding that she and the pop star “spoke daily when she was in her last establishment”.

Lynne Spears and Britney Spears sitting on the hood of a white Mercedes in 2015.
“I feel bad for you that you feel that the people who love you the most have betrayed you!” Lynne wrote to Britney.
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“I don’t know if some of my posts were deleted by outside sources or what happened, but I know the courts had them all because I was very worried about her and thought my posts might help his case.”

Fitzgerald went on to claim that she and Lynne “even drove to New Orleans and met with a lawyer to try and help her because we knew they wouldn’t let us near her!”

The two apparently “felt” that Britney’s “phone was being monitored,” so they tried to be “careful” about what they wrote.

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Britney has accused her family, including her mother, of turning a blind eye to her guardianship.
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“When she left the establishment, my phone number was blocked for her and we never spoke to each other again!” Fitzgerald insisted, saying all subsequent attempts to reach the singer “always failed.”

Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, has previously been accused of monitoring her text messages and other cellphone activity when he was her curator, although he said through his lawyer that his “actions were performed with the knowledge and consent of Britney, her public defender and/or the court”.

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