BRITNEY Spears said she believes her former managers were "trying to KILL her” and threatened to SUE the “suited-up b***hes” in a new rant.
The 40-year-old made the shocking claims in a new Instagram post on Wednesday.
Britney made the allegations against Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment Group head Lou Taylor and her former manager Robin Greenhill in the post’s caption.
The Instagram caption began: “A week before they sent me away to that f**king place, TRI STAR invited me to their offices … the swanky suited up b***hes … SO NICE with their ‘We are here to make you feel SPECIAL’ !!!! “
She then named her former managers as the post continued: “I had lunch with Lou Taylor and Robin Greenhill … they said ‘Britney, look at your picture on the wall!’ With a huge black and white framed picture in the hall of their office !!!!!”
After noting that actress Kate Beckinsale’s photo was also on the wall, Britney wrote: “They sucked up to me and ‘made me feel special’ … RIGHT …. Ha those same b***hes killed me a week later !!!!"
However, it is not clear what Britney was referring to when she said they “killed me a week later.”
The post continued: “My dad worshipped those two women and would have done anything they asked of him !!!!
“I think they were trying to kill me … I still to this very day believe that’s EXACTLY what they were trying to do … but not a damn thing was wrong with me and I didn’t die !!!!
Britney’s scathing post concluded: “Nobody else would have lived through what they did to me !!!
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“I lived through all of if and I remember all of it !!!!
“I will sue the s**t out of Tri Star !!!!
“Psss they got away with all of it and I’m here to warn them every day of my precious life !!!!”
In addition to the caption, the post featured a black and white photo of a woman with text that read: “Your self-respect has to be stronger than your feelings.”
The Sun has reached out to Lou and Robin for comment.
Britney made the claims years after Lou resigned from her management position in November 2020.
At the time, the businesswoman reportedly quit without giving Britney any prior notice or a statement.
She had worked for the Toxic singer for over a decade.
Britney's fans have accused the manager of being the mastermind behind the singer's conservatorship, though the claims were never confirmed.
For 13 years, Britney was controlled under a conservatorship run by her father Jamie.
Following months in court, Jamie was removed as her conservator in September after he filed to step down from the position.
Then in November, Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Britney's conservatorship would be terminated, giving the hitmaker control of her life for the first time since before 2008.
HISTORIC BOOK DEAL
Britney made the scathing claims against her former management team just days after it was reported that she had secured the “biggest book deal of all time."
After The Sun exclusively revealed Britney's plans to write a tell-all book, Page Six reported that the singer reached a historic deal with Simon & Schuster.
She sealed a bombshell book deal that is believed to be worth up to $15 million.
The tell-all memoir will give insight into Britney's career, her personal life and her family drama.
Last month, The Sun exclusively revealed Britney's plans to pen her own memoir to counter the "derogatory" claims made in her younger sister Jamie Lynn's new book.
In Jamie Lynn's scathing new book, Things I Should Have Said, she makes a series of shocking allegations about the Toxic singer.
In one chapter, the 30-year-old alleged that Britney took a knife and locked them both in a room when the pop star's sibling was just 12.
Jamie Lynn's book sparked a war of words between the once close sisters, as Britney slammed Jamie Lynn for "profiting" off of her career.
The singer even said she "should've slapped" her younger sister and her mom, Lynne, "across their f***ing faces" in a rant following the memoir's release.
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