NewsBritney Spears' mother Lynne Spears has denied texting allegations

Britney Spears' mother Lynne Spears has denied texting allegations

Created: 08/04/2022, 05:18 p.m

Britney Spears bei den MTV Video Music Awards 2016 in einem schwarzen Kleid mit einem großen Schlitz.
Britney Spears © Steven Ferdman / Everett Collection / agefotostock / Imago

Lynne Spears has accused her daughter Britney Spears of editing text messages to make her look bad.

As of November 2021, Britney Spears is no longer under her father’s guardianship. But the singer sees the blame not only on him, but also on her mother and sister. According to the pop star, the two didn’t support her during the difficult time and made it even worse. Mother Lynne Spears does not let these allegations sit and shares on social media that she probably replied to her text messages.
BuzzFeed.de reveals what’s behind Britney Spears and mother Lynne Spears’ argument.

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