'GO F*** YOURSELF Bryan’: Britney Spears says brother was NEVER invited to wedding
Britney Spears has clarified that her brother, Bryan Spears, was never invited to her wedding that took place on June 9. She called him out by saying, “You were never invited to my wedding so why even respond ??? Do you honestly think I want my brother there who told me no to a jack and coke for 4 years … what ???”
Contrary to earlier reports that said Bryan was reportedly the only family member to be invited but couldn't see Britney walk down the aisle because Lexie, his daughter, was graduating from elementary school. In the now-deleted post on Instagram, Britney clarified that he was not welcome.
As reported by Billboard, bringing up his past interview on Drew Plotkin’s podcast, Britney sarcastically said, "Bryan … your podcast interview was so SPECIAL!!! I know you and the family had no bad intentions at all whatsoever taking all those years away when I wanted to honestly just be a respected individual with a glass of red wine … but like you said in your interview … Bryan when asked by that incredibly kind man, ‘Why doesn’t your family just let her be?’ Your response was, ‘She can’t even make a dinner reservation.’ None of you ever wanted it to end because you all loved telling me what to do and treating me like absolutely nothing !!! What you said right there to that man in that interview said everything, Bryan !!!”
As she concluded, she said, "If we were going to drink together at the wedding and play the classy roles for the children like you and mom do as you literally hid coffee and alcohol when I would come home. You hurt me and you know it !!! And I might force myself to drink Jack tonight … look up at the moon and say 'F**K YOU !!! Psss, I have an assistant to make my dinner reservations … DID YOU NOT KNOW??? I know you’re my blood, and yes blood runs deep, but no family of mine would do what you guys did to me… GO F—YOURSELF Bryan – F— you.”
Britney's legal conservatorship
Since 2008, the star's life was controlled by a conservatorship led by her father, James Spears. In 2019, he gave up the role of conservator over her life decisions, maintaining control only over her finances. He has now been now been replaced by John Zabel, an accountant chosen by Britney Spears and her attorney. Jodi Montgomery, a court-appointed professional, has acted as conservator over her personal matters since 2019.
Britney claimed that her father and others enlisted to oversee her life and career have forced her to work ceaselessly; she even goes so far as to compare her seven-days-a-week, no-days-off schedule to sex trafficking. She alleged that she was prescribed medication like lithium against her will and told she was not allowed to get married, have another child, or have her IUD removed. The star alleged that her estranged family — namely, Bryan — didn’t allow her to drink any alcohol throughout her four-year Las Vegas residency from 2013 to 2017, despite her being well over the age of 21. At the time, she was still under her legal conservatorship, which was terminated in November 2021.