Britney Spears' VANISHING ACT: Pop star deletes her Instagram account, fans blame her parents

Fans are speculating that due to her recent interaction with her family, Britney Spears deleted her Instagram account


                            Britney Spears' VANISHING ACT: Pop star deletes her Instagram account, fans blame her parents
Britney Spears deletes her Instagram account, fans blame her family. (Photo: @ lynnespears_rf Instagram/Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images)
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Britney Spears is back in the news as her Instagram is deactivated and that has caused a lot of worry amongst her fans. The news comes just after her marriage to Sam Asghari which she celebrated with some close friends such as Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton, Madonna, and others. The fact that Britney is fairly active on Instagram and has now disappeared from the social media platform calls for questioning. For obvious reasons, conspiracy theories have now started swirling all over the Internet. 

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The 40-year-old pop star create some unsettling news when she didn't invite her parents to the wedding and not even her sister. Their relationship got severely affected due to the conservatorship which led to a massive movement with the famous #FreeBritney slogan. Some believe that the family could be directly involved in this incident and some claim that the newlywed singer is just taking a break from social media and having a gala time with her new husband, enjoying her honeymoon. 

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Before this incident, it was also reported that Britney invited her brother Bryan Spears to the wedding but she later denied the claim in a now-deleted Instagram post saying, "You were never invited to my wedding... GO F**K YOURSELF Bryan." In another deleted post, the singer also called out her family for taking her to regular drug tests every other week during her conservatorship. She was placed on a psychiatric hold back in 2008 which led to this conservatorship that allowed others to control her financial and personal decisions for almost 14 years before it was dissolved last year. 

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Britney Spears (L) and Sam Asghari arrive at the premiere of Sony Pictures' 'One Upon A Time...In Hollywood' at the Chinese Theatre on July 22, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

A string of incidents revolving around Britney Spears' wedding

Britney and Sam's dream wedding did not fall through easily. Her ex-husband Jason Alexander crashed the wedding with malicious intent and was accused of vandalism, trespassing, and more. The wedding also got under the scanner as she didn't invite her parents. However, her mother later congratulated Britney publicly stating, "You look radiant and so happy! Your wedding is the 'dream' wedding! And having it at your home makes it so sentimental and special! I am soooo happy for you! I love you!"

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#FreeBritney activists protest at Los Angeles Grand Park during a conservatorship hearing for Britney Spears on June 23, 2021 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

It's also reported that she has moved back home and is no longer living in her Los Angeles home. Reportedly, the newlyweds have moved into a gigantic 11,650-square-foot residence in Calabasas, California. As of now, it's unclear as to why she deleted her active Instagram account where she recently shared her wedding pictures and videos. But some dedicated fans are continuously speculating that her recent interactions with her family caused her to deactivate her account. 

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