Britney Spears said that she puts the entire blame on her mother for ruining her life through conservatorship and controlling her life for 13 years.

Spears fought a long legal battle against her father Jamie Spears to get rid of the conservatorship which controlled her life for 13 years as she had minimal say in her financial and personal matters.

Now the pop star has released her rage by writing online claiming that conservatorship was her mother’s idea.

She stated “what people don’t know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea. I will never get those years back… she secretly ruined my life. You know exactly what you did. My dad is not smart enough to ever think of a conservatorship, but tonight I will smile knowing I have a new life ahead of me.”

Britney Spears later deleted this post.

Conservatorship is a kind of legal binding of guardianship where people are not allowed to take decisions according to their will. Mostly their parents or guardians make decisions on their behalf if they are delusional or suffering from dementia or any other sort of mental ailment.

Britney Spears also named her former manager Lou Taylor to orchestrate conservatorship upon her along with her mother Lynne Spears.

Britney Spears had been under conservatorship since 2008 after her mental health deteriorated and she was termed dangerous for her children.

The 39 years old singer for the first time exploded in the court this June where she called the conservatorship “abusive”

“I just want my life back,” said the singer to Judge Brenda Penny.

Jamie Spears had denied all the allegations made by his daughter under the name of conservatorship and kept firm on his statement that all he did was in the “best interests” of his daughter. He had filed in September to terminate the conservatorship.

Britney Spears’ revelation in this now-deleted post might start a new argument within the Spears’ family. Both Lynne Spears and the ex-business manager of Britney Spears have refrained from making any comments regarding her allegations.