Britney Spears’ Instagram page VANISHES

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Britney Spears‘ Instagram page vanished on Saturday – one week after she posted a rant on the platform claiming ‘it felt like’ her father Jamie ‘was trying to kill me’ during his controversial conservatorship of her.

That same day Page Six ran an interview with Britney’s former assistant Felicia Culotta, who worked for her in the early days of her stardom.

Felicia revealed that she has not heard from Britney ‘in quite a while,’ and although she writes letters to the pop star ‘all the time’ she has no idea if she receives them. 

Gone: Britney Spears’ Instagram page vanished on Saturday – one week after she posted another rant on the platform about her father Jamie’s conservatorship

While attending the Thursday night opening of a Broadway musical called & Juliet, Felicia was asked about Britney and said: ‘I haven’t spoken to her in quite a while.’

Felicia, who left Britney’s employ in 2007 just before the singer’s infamous breakdown, shared: ‘I write all the time. I love handwritten letters.’

She added: ‘I just hope and pray she gets them. I know for sure before she wasn’t [in the past], so I’m very hopeful that she gets them [now].’

Felicia appeared in last year’s New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears and spoke warmly about her former employer.

As seen in 2001: That same day Page Six ran an interview with Britney's former assistant Felicia Culotta, who worked for her in the early days of her stardom

As seen in 2001: That same day Page Six ran an interview with Britney’s former assistant Felicia Culotta, who worked for her in the early days of her stardom

Britney however fired up her Instagram earlier this month and slammed the recent spate of ‘humiliating’ documentaries about her – taking particular aim at Felicia.

She brought up ‘when my old assistant talked about how I went through the neighborhood passing out 100 dollar bills when my first song came out !!!’ 

The Work B**** hitmaker went on: ‘I wish I could go inside the heads of people like my dad and her and really try to understand why people lie and make up such things like that!!! I mean it doesn’t get lower than that … why did you say that ???’

She insisted: ‘That’s not even true !!! Wasn’t it already bad enough what they did to me and on top of it everybody is getting together and doing the trashiest docs I’ve ever seen in my life saying it’s TO HELP ME???’

Hand in hand: Felicia said last year that she is still pals with Britney's mother Lynne, who is pictured with Jamie in 2012 and about whom Britney has been especially scathing

Hand in hand: Felicia said last year that she is still pals with Britney’s mother Lynne, who is pictured with Jamie in 2012 and about whom Britney has been especially scathing

Ever since she was released from her conservatorship last year, Britney has been launching repeated public tirades at her family on social media about the way she feels they mistreated her while she was under Jamie’s control.

The Toxic singer has been particularly scathing about her mother Lynne, whom she accuses of having been the ‘mastermind’ of the conservatorship.

Felicia described Lynne as ‘one of my very favorite friends for 25-plus years’ back when Britney was still waging a legal battle to regain control of her financial affairs.

In an interview with Us Weekly last February, Felicia said she and Lynne ‘talk at least two times a week about tons of different subjects – just like friends do!’

Striking back: Britney recently accused Felicia of lying about her in last year's New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears, in which her ex-assistant is pictured

Striking back: Britney recently accused Felicia of lying about her in last year’s New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears, in which her ex-assistant is pictured

Last weekend marked the one-year anniversary of the end of Britney’s 13-year conservatorship, and she took to Instagram to rant about her estranged father Jamie, whom she’s currently suing for conservator abuse.

‘I mean it felt like my dad was trying to kill me,’ the 40-year-old Grammy winner – who boasts 157.2M social media followers – wrote on Sunday.

‘I’ve spoken about it several times, have proof, and witnesses of what he did.’

Milestone: Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the end of Britney Spears' 13-year conservatorship, and she took to Instagram to rant about her estranged father Jamie (L), whom she's currently suing for conservator abuse

Milestone: Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the end of Britney Spears’ 13-year conservatorship, and she took to Instagram to rant about her estranged father Jamie (L), whom she’s currently suing for conservator abuse

Britney pointed out how she was forced to work ‘seven days a week’ headlining her $137.7M-grossing Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas from 2013-2017 immediately followed by the 31-date Piece of Me Tour in 2018.

‘I have the hours I worked on a schedule seven days a week – labor laws,’ wrote Spears.

‘I have proof of all of it. Spoke about it live in court during Covid [on June 23, 2021]. Nope it’s not a big deal! I mean my mom [Lynne] laughed and said, “I’m so happy the judge didn’t stand you up for three hours in your room this time then cancel on you like she did last time!”‘

The Hold Me Closer hitmaker aims to ‘end the system’ she was forced to be in and hopes that those involved don’t ‘get to walk away like they did nothing.’

The 40-year-old Grammy winner - who boasts 157.2M social media followers - wrote on Sunday: 'I mean it felt like my dad was trying to kill me. I've spoken about it several times, have proof, and witnesses of what he did'

The 40-year-old Grammy winner – who boasts 157.2M social media followers – wrote on Sunday: ‘I mean it felt like my dad was trying to kill me. I’ve spoken about it several times, have proof, and witnesses of what he did’

'Labor laws': Britney (pictured in 2015) pointed out how she was forced to work 'seven days a week' headlining her $137.7M-grossing Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas from 2013-2017 immediately followed by the 31-date Piece of Me Tour in 2018

‘Labor laws’: Britney (pictured in 2015) pointed out how she was forced to work ‘seven days a week’ headlining her $137.7M-grossing Piece of Me residency in Las Vegas from 2013-2017 immediately followed by the 31-date Piece of Me Tour in 2018

Spears wrote: 'I have proof of all of it. Spoke about it live in court during Covid [on June 23, 2021]. Nope it's not a big deal! I mean my mom [R, Lynne] laughed and said, "I'm so happy the judge didn't stand you up for three hours in your room this time then cancel on you like she did last time!"'

Spears wrote: ‘I have proof of all of it. Spoke about it live in court during Covid [on June 23, 2021]. Nope it’s not a big deal! I mean my mom [R, Lynne] laughed and said, “I’m so happy the judge didn’t stand you up for three hours in your room this time then cancel on you like she did last time!”‘

'I truly believe anyone going though that situation would have never made it': The Hold Me Closer hitmaker (pictured November 5) aims to 'end the system' she was forced to be in and hopes that those involved don't 'get to walk away like they did nothing'

‘I truly believe anyone going though that situation would have never made it’: The Hold Me Closer hitmaker (pictured November 5) aims to ‘end the system’ she was forced to be in and hopes that those involved don’t ‘get to walk away like they did nothing’

‘I truly believe anyone going though that situation would have never made it,’ Britney stated.

‘If I was valued and respected, then my father would be locked up in two seconds! People say you will have to put up a lot of money and sue and sit for hours and not be able to use my feet again when I want to run outside, no thank you, to prove these allegations are true! I will never put up more money and to go to court to see if my dad gets prosecuted! I choose to smile and put it in my family’s face until the day I die.’

Spears solemnly revealed that October 19, 2021 was the first time she got her very own ATM card to make purchases by herself in ‘nearly 15 years,’ which was a ‘pretty big deal for me.’

‘Hopefully just a few can understand the belittling mortality in waiting in line with a man always ahead of you ghosting you and purchasing things on your behalf,’ the Mississippi-born singer noted.

Britney stated: 'If I was valued and respected, then my father would be locked up in two seconds! People say you will have to put up a lot of money and sue and sit for hours and not be able to use my feet again when I want to run outside, no thank you, to prove these allegations are true! I will never put up more money and to go to court to see if my dad gets prosecuted! I choose to smile and put it in my family's face until the day I die'

Britney stated: ‘If I was valued and respected, then my father would be locked up in two seconds! People say you will have to put up a lot of money and sue and sit for hours and not be able to use my feet again when I want to run outside, no thank you, to prove these allegations are true! I will never put up more money and to go to court to see if my dad gets prosecuted! I choose to smile and put it in my family’s face until the day I die’

'Belittling': Spears solemnly revealed that October 19, 2021 was the first time she got her very own ATM card to make purchases by herself in 'nearly 15 years,' which was a 'pretty big deal for me'

‘Belittling’: Spears solemnly revealed that October 19, 2021 was the first time she got her very own ATM card to make purchases by herself in ‘nearly 15 years,’ which was a ‘pretty big deal for me’

‘My legs and hands were shaking for 15 minutes after I bought something. I’m not sure why. Honestly I don’t know! How dare a state or nation of any sort grant any man or woman the right to use my possessions in my name.’

Last Thursday, Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart filed a motion for $20K in sanctions and contempt against the 70-year-old former building contractor and his legal team for violating court orders.

The former federal prosecutor accused Jamie and his lawyers of ‘attempting to violate her constitutional and common law privacy rights by disclosing her private medical records’ – according to Radar Online.

Legal war: Last Thursday, Britney's attorney Mathew Rosengart (R, pictured February 2) filed a motion for $20K in sanctions and contempt against the 70-year-old former building contractor and his legal team for violating court orders

Legal war: Last Thursday, Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart (R, pictured February 2) filed a motion for $20K in sanctions and contempt against the 70-year-old former building contractor and his legal team for violating court orders 

Outraged: The former federal prosecutor accused Jamie (pictured in 2008) and his lawyers of 'attempting to violate her constitutional and common law privacy rights by disclosing her private medical records'

Outraged: The former federal prosecutor accused Jamie (pictured in 2008) and his lawyers of ‘attempting to violate her constitutional and common law privacy rights by disclosing her private medical records’

Uncooperative: Mathew also wants Judge Penny to order Spears (pictured in 2012) to sit for another deposition after his attorneys 'improperly instructed him not to answer questions' on August 11

Uncooperative: Mathew also wants Judge Penny to order Spears (pictured in 2012) to sit for another deposition after his attorneys ‘improperly instructed him not to answer questions’ on August 11

Mathew also wants Judge Penny to order Spears to sit for another deposition after his attorneys ‘improperly instructed him not to answer questions’ on August 11.

The former Mouseketeer will next have a mysterious cameo in Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim, and The Weeknd’s six-episode drama The Idol, which premieres next year on HBO.

Spears also signed a $15M deal with Simon & Schuster in February to publish her 2023 tell-all memoir, and ‘three different versions’ were completed in July.

Acting gig! The Mississippi-born singer will next have a mysterious cameo in Sam Levinson (L, pictured May 25), Reza Fahim, and The Weeknd's (R) six-episode drama The Idol, which premieres next year on HBO

Acting gig! The Mississippi-born singer will next have a mysterious cameo in Sam Levinson (L, pictured May 25), Reza Fahim, and The Weeknd’s (R) six-episode drama The Idol, which premieres next year on HBO

'Shall I start from the beginning?' Spears also signed a $15M deal with Simon & Schuster in February to publish her 2023 tell-all memoir, and 'three different versions' were completed in July

‘Shall I start from the beginning?’ Spears also signed a $15M deal with Simon & Schuster in February to publish her 2023 tell-all memoir, and ‘three different versions’ were completed in July

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