Britney Spears posted a letter from the US Congress, as well as an invitation, on her Instagram account. Britney and her lawyer Matthew Rosengart were praised in the letter for their accomplishments, as she was finally able to remove her father from conservatorship after a protracted battle. The letter also invited her to go before Congress and ‘explain in her own words’ how she got justice.

Britney added an emotional caption, stating that she was ‘flattered’ upon getting the letter, but that she was still in the process of recovering. She expressed her thanks for her experience being heard and thanked her close ones for their support. “Number 1 – I’m grateful that my story was even ACKNOWLEDGED!” she continued. “Because of the letter, I felt heard and like I mattered for the first time in my life!”

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She added, “In a world where your own family goes against you, it’s actually hard to find people that get it and show empathy! Again, I’m not here to be a victim although I’m the first to admit I’m pretty messed up by it, all I want to do is to help others in vulnerable situations, take life by the balls and be brave!”

Britney continued, “I wish I would have been … I was so scared and nothing is worse than your own family doing what they did to me … I’m lucky to have a small circle of adorable friends who I can count on … In the meantime, thank you to Congress for inviting me to the White House,” Britney concluded.

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 Reacting to the post, her boyfriend, Sam Asghari commented, “Your courage will inspire others, your strength will motivate many, your voice has and will change lives. You’re powerful. Beautiful. And strong. This is why I call you lioness.”

The letter stated that, “Your journey toward justice will inspire and empower many others who are improperly silenced by the conservatorship process.” “Many concerning issues that are commonplace in the guardianship and conservatorship process were brought to light. Especially troubling was news that, for years, you were unable to hire your own counsel to represent your personal and financial interests. Other issues surrounding the initial petition, the eventual permanence of the conservatorship, and being forced to engage in employment against your will, are all equaling [sic] concerning.” The letter mentioned that she was under no obligation ‘to do anything more’ but ‘fight’ for herself. At the end it mentioned that they would want to learn more about the emotional turmoil she went through with the conservatorship system.