Singer Britney Spears, who got rid of her father's guardianship last year, said that he seriously affected her self-esteem. The singer wrote about the psychological trauma in a new post on Instagram *, publishing a photo in which she is 13 years old. At that age, Britney, according to her, considered herself beautiful, but then everything changed.
Britney noted that her "rebellious days", which eventually led to custody, were connected with the fact that she "always had to be perfect and beautiful" and because of this she "went to extremes and became wild and naughty." But even then she considered herself attractive—everything changed during guardianship.
One thing that guardianship has done to me and that has hurt me the most is that I have always been told that I am fat and have never been good enough. My father destroyed the core of my existence, the things that made me feel beautiful like I was 13, my confidence, and even my sex life. Everything is completely ruined! He made me feel ugly, which is why I was ugly. Believe me, feeling beautiful is a completely different world. I know because I've witnessed both,
The singer also wrote that she got rid of this pressure when custody ended, but the psychological trauma will remain with her forever.
I felt so good with myself. I stopped trying so damn hard and yes, I got into a whole new world. I felt beautiful. I'm 13 again,
This is not the first time a pop star has come out with a condemnation of his family members. Britney has previously said that her relatives "should be in jail" for the way they treated her.
* Instagram is owned by Meta, a recognized extremist organization in the Russian Federation