Britney Spears has been airing her grievances with her family once again on social media, this time telling her mum to 'take your apology and go f**lkyourself.'
Almost a year after ending her strict 13-year conservatorship, the pop icon isn't quite finished using her newfound freedom to speak her truth.
Commenting on one of Britney's posts, Lynne had written: "I am soooo sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years! I love you so much and miss you!
"Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I apologise for anything and everything that's hurt you."
Now, Britney is responding to her mum's pleas, and it sounds like she's not quite ready to put the past behind her.
The 'Lucky' singer posted a quote on Instagram which read: "One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory."
In the lengthy caption, she wrote: "For 13 years, I had to meet doctors weekly to bring up my past which made it worse!!!
"As for my whole family including my brother, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, and well damn the whole audience… were either stoned or drunk of their asses!!!
"I was the mother f***ing saint who was scared to move or I knew my dad would put me somewhere if I didn’t co-operate... even in America, the land of the free!!!!"
She continued: "Years go by and he still puts me in a psych ward!!!! Not one mother f***ing person stood up for me!!!
"Mom take your apology and go f*** yourself!!! And to all the doctors for f***ing with my mind...
"I pray you all burn in hell!!! Kiss my mother f***ing ass!!!!"
Britney has been very vocal about her feelings towards her mum and dad, who she blames for the conservatorship she had been locked into from 2008 to 2021.
The conservatorship had taken control of all aspects of the popstar's life, from her personal relationships and career decisions, to her finances and her health.
Britney has claimed that the conservatorship had prevented her from seeing her sons and marrying her partner Sam Asghari, forced her to take medication she didn't want, and perform when she didn't want to.
Britney's father Jamie Spears had been in charge of both the personal and financial aspects of her conservatorship, but in November 2021, a judge formally dissolved the arrangement once and for all.