Britney Spears has denied claims from her mother Lynne Spears on social media that she threw away her daughter’s dolls and magazines, writing online that she ‘don’t care anymore.’
Earlier this week, insiders close to the 41-year-old pop star — who spoke out against bullying days earlier — accused Lynn of auctioning off Britney’s collection of dolls and other items from her childhood.
Lynn clapped back with an Instagram post, writing, “I’m not sure who told you I got rid of your dolls and magazines but I would never do that!”
The mother of three also shared photos of the collectibles to emphasize that she still has them.
She added, ‘That would be cruel because I know how much they mean to you. They are also special to me because we have spent many years collecting them.
Britney’s Instagram post included a candid memo to her mom.
The Toxic singer wrote, ‘PS, Mom I love you so much, but when I went home 2 years ago there were 3 dolls on the shelves…’
He said it was ‘really weird that you would take them out and then put them back in… so messed up.’
To end her message she said, ‘No, I don’t want them. Keep it all. I honestly don’t care anymore…though to be honest.
The communication with Lynn was incidentally included at the end of an anecdote about Taylor Swift.
The post included two side-by-side throwbacks of Britney and Taylor.
In the caption, Britney revealed that Taylor contacted her through an intermediary 20 years ago and sang for her, leaving the elder singer in awe of the budding singer’s talent.
The story was accompanied by the original backstage photo from 2003, as well as a famous photo of him and Taylor at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.
Clarifying that she was unable to reach the troubled pop star in person, Lynn asked Britney if she could return the items mentioned above in her post about the knickknacks.
She wrote: ‘Of course I still have your things, and I would be happy to send them to you if you wish. Please tell me and know how much I love you!’
The post featured a carousel of images including a vintage magazine, a vintage doll collection and ornate china.
Lynn is said to have started selling her daughter’s clothes in 2018 at Connie’s Jewelry & Gifts in Kentwood, Louisiana — which is owned by the family of Brittany’s childhood friend Courtney Brabham.
A Spears family insider claimed that Lynn ‘easily made thousands of dollars in profit,’ while also adding that Britney had ‘no clue’ about it.
This comes after Britney’s former Kentwood, Louisiana home was put on the market for $1.2 million last week.
A door from a childhood home decorated with ‘Christina Saks’ could fetch a whopping $30,000 at auction, it has been reported.
In Brittany’s best-selling memoir The Woman in Me – she tells how upset she was when her mother Lynn made money at the ‘worst time’ of her life.
Britney criticized Lynn for writing her own 2008 story titled Through the Storm, saying she was ‘trading’ her name after her book, published in 2007, was poorly received.