Britney Spears says theres no way to fix her before deleting social media

Britney Spears fans have raised alarm bells for the pop princess after she shared a heartbreaking post moments before she deleted her Instagram account.

On Monday, the 40-year-old singer took to her social media where she claimed there’s “no way to fix” her as she admitted to crying herself to sleep most nights.

In full view of her 41.9 million followers, the Baby One More Time singer shared a lengthy post about how she has been struggling with her mental health recently despite how perfect her life may seem online.

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She opened up about the impact her “past experience” has had on her over the years including the slew of “documentaries” made about the singer in the early days of her career as a teen in the spotlight.

The starlet confessed that although she may look like she is living the dream on social media, everything is not what it seems behind closed doors.

She wrote: “It’s crazy… social media… everybody’s life seems so perfect and when I post things I think most of the time I've been utterly and completely embarrassed of my past… and who can forget those documentaries.

“So yes, I do try and post me looking my best or what it may seem to be the good life… well, the truth is, my spirits are better but I will forever be traumatised by my past experience for life.”

Britney went on to admit that “there is no way to fix me” after the ups and downs of her career which has continuously hit the headlines throughout her showbiz career.

She added: “There is no way to fix me, my emotions and my sensitivity… therapy, all of it !!! I think I will need some sort of miracle for my emotions.

“I cry myself to sleep most night… I’m insecure as hell… I don’t know how to have good posture unless I'm on camera and I need to go to a school just to be taught how to freaking walk.”

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Before her account was deleted, the singer was flooded with comments of support from her doting fans online.

One user penned: “We love you no matter what” as another added: “Being strong enough to share your vulnerabilities is inspiring.”

Britney first entered a conservatorship back in 2008 that striped her of her rights including managing her basic finances, her personal life, her health and estate under her father Jamie.


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