Britney Spears says her 'church-going mother' should be 'jailed', answers questions in new video

Britney Spears has revealed the ways her life has already changed since being freed from her conservatorship, including having the keys to her car, owning an ATM card and "seeing cash for the first time". 

In a new Instagram video heralded by fans as the most "real" version of the pop star they've seen online, Spears spoke openly about her newfound freedoms, while also taking aim at her family in the caption. 

"Honestly, it still blows my mind every day I wake up how my family and the conservatorship were able to do what they did to me," she wrote.

"It was demoralising and degrading! I'm not even mentioning all the bad things they did to me which they should all be in jail for. Yes, including my church-going mother!" 

The 'Toxic' singer said she wanted to share a "hint of her thoughts" on social media before she goes and "sets things square on Oprah", hinting that a tell-all interview with the veteran broadcaster could be on the cards. 

"I've been in the conservatorship for 13 years, that's a really long time to be in a situation that you don't want to be in," Spears said in the video. 

"So I'm just grateful honestly for each day and being able to have the keys to my car and be independent and feel like a woman and owning an ATM card, seeing cash for the first time, being able to buy candles. 

"It's the little things for us women, but it makes a huge difference. It's nice. It's really nice. 

"But I'm not here to be a victim, I lived with victims my whole life as a child. That's why I got out of my house and I worked for 20 years and worked my ass off," she added. 

Spears said she wanted to be an "advocate" for people with "real disabilities and real illnesses", adding that she hoped her story would have an impact and "make some changes in the corrupt system". 

The 39-year-old also directly addressed the #FreeBritney movement, acknowledging that they had developed an awareness of "kind of knowing what was going on" when she couldn't speak up for herself. 

"I honestly think you guys saved my life," she said. 

Spears' social media presence became an increasing point of concern for devotees of the Grammy winner, who began to spread the word that something was amiss based on the singer's sometimes erratic behaviour and difficult to decipher captions in her Instagram videos. 

In the caption of her latest video, the pop star promised she would no longer be "keeping her mouth shut" to "keep the peace for her family". 

"I have NOT FORGOTTEN and I hope they can look up tonight and know EXACTLY WHAT I MEAN!" she warned.