Britney Spears claims her brother, Bryan Spears, was never invited to her wedding – despite reports stating otherwise.
“You were never invited to my wedding so why even respond ??? Do you honestly think I want my brother there who told me no to a Jack and coke for 4 years … what ???” the pop star, 40, wrote in part in a Tuesday Instagram post.
“If we were going to drink together at the wedding and play the classy roles for the children like you and [our] mom [Lynne Spears] do as you literally hid coffee and alcohol when I would come home,” she continued, adding, “you hurt me and you know it !!!”
Britney alleged that her estranged family — namely, Bryan — didn’t allow her to drink any alcohol throughout her four-year Las Vegas residency from 2013 to 2017, despite her being well over the age of 21. At the time, she was still under her legal conservatorship, which was terminated in November 2021.
“And I might force myself to drink Jack tonight … look up at the moon and say ‘FUCK YOU !!!’” the Grammy winner added in her latest IG post. “I know you’re blood and yes blood runs deep but no family of mine would do what you guys did to me.”
Bryan did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
During another section of her post, Britney announced a previous Instagram account Bryan shared in November 2021 after she was finally released from her nearly 14-year conservatorship.
“Psss… I liked your post bro!!! Happy Britdependence Day!!! Congratulations Brit Brit!!!” she wrote. “GO F—K YOURSELF Bryan – F—k you …”
The “Toxic” singer also shared comments made by Bryan during a July 2020 podcast interview about her lengthy conservatorship battle.
“I know what she wants but at the end of the day, what is the reality of that? What is the practicality of that? So are you going to call and make reservations for yourself today?” he told “As NOT Seen on TV” host Drew Plotkin at the time.
“Bryan when asked by that incredibly kind man ‘why doesn’t your family just let her be ???’ Your response was … ‘she can’t even make a dinner reservation …” Britney responded on Instagram. “None of you ever wanted it to end because you all loved telling me what to do and treating me like absolutely nothing !!!”
Bryan’s girlfriend, Amber Lynn Conklin, alleged this week that they were not at Britney’s star-studded nuptials to Sam Asghari because of his daughter’s graduation from elementary school.
“Watched our little munchkin & Vice President of 5th grade become a middle schooler yesterday! We love you Lexie baby and SO proud of you,” Conklin captioned a photo with Bryan and his 11-year-old daughter, Lexie, whom the producer shares with his ex-wife, Graciella Sanchez.
In the comments section of another post, Conklin sister noted that her beau “couldn’t help the timings” of his daughter’s graduation and his’s wedding, both of which took place in the Los Angeles area.
“Bryan felt terrible having to choose but he had to be there for his daughter and felt his love to Britney x1000000,” she wrote. “We are so sad to miss such an important moment but so happy for Britney and Sam’s Marriage!”
A source previously told Page Six, “Both ceremonies were around the same time. Bryan couldn’t be in two places at once and didn’t want to disappoint Lexie by running off to a wedding immediately after her moving up ceremony, where she made a special speech. He wanted to be there to celebrate his little girl from him.”
Meanwhile, Britney has repeatedly criticized her immediate family — also including dad Jamie Spears and sister Jamie Lynn Spears — for being complicit in the conservatorship, even claiming they deserve to be in jail for their respective roles in the legal arrangement.
Britney once expressed a desire to sue her father, 69, for “conservatorship abuse.” He established it in 2008 to control her famous daughter’s personal, medical and financial affairs.