To say that Britney Spears is unhappy with her biological family would be an understatement.
“I just really had the chance to think about it and be alone, and I was like f*** my dad for everything he’s done, you know?” she told Oprah during an interview for “The Oprah Winfrey Show” this week. “You know, so at the end of the day I’m glad I have my girls because you’ll never walk away from your kids.”
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She said that her father has been absent in her life since she was two years old. “I don’t have any childhood memories with him,” she said.
She continued: “He used to always tell me ‘I’m sorry. I’m sorry.’ But I don’t want to hear that because it’s too late. It’s too late for everything to be sorry.
Here some points are discussed-
1. On being bullied
Britney said that her father “tormented” her throughout her school life. She said she was called names like “fat” and “ugly”.
While she was in school, Spears fought back by setting herself on fire because he made fun of her weight.
After that, she vowed not to let any mean comments about her hurt her anymore.
Or nip things in the bud early: When Spears’ father was berating his daughter for an embarrassing incident, she paid a visit to a local therapist.
“The nurse told me I needed to talk to my dad, so I went home and told him as soon as he finished yelling at me about what I did,” Spears recalled. “I said, ‘You need to tell me that I’m ugly and I’m fat.’ And he did. It was great. We both said we were sorry.”
“It was a great night for us,” Spears added with a shrug.
2. Family ties
When she was hospitalized this past January, Spears had visitation privileges revoked by her father, Jamie Spears, who has acted as her conservatorship since 2008 when she suffered a physical meltdown and entered rehab for the first time.
“They were like, ‘Oh well, you can’t have any visitors,'” Spears said of her father and the rest of her family. “And I’m like, ‘What? Even my kids?”
She had a reunion with her daughters during a three-day visit to UCLA Medical Center in February. “It was good to see them,” she said. “I had missed them.”
But there’s no happy ending on the horizon when it comes to Britney and the rest of her biological family.
In fact, she sounded downright resigned that their relationship will never be repaired. “I don’t really have anything good to say about him anymore,” Spears told Oprah this week.
3. On the medical condition
In 2008, the day after Spears was hospitalized for mental breakdown, her conservator Jamie Spears granted MTV access to their daughter during a three-hour interview.
He told People magazine at the time that she had bipolar disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
But in a later interview with Diane Sawyer on “Good Morning America”, Spears denied this, saying it was just a way for her father to keep control of his child.
“I don’t have any mental disorders because I’m too good,” she scoffed. “I find it ridiculous that my father or anyone would want to say something like that about me. For me to have some kind of bipolar, it’s just not true.”
“You know, my parents are, what can I say,” she told Oprah. “My dad is — he has his opinions and that’s all that matters to him. And I never had a say in what was going on in my own life.”
“He always had an opinion on everything when I was younger and he used to control every single situation we would be in,” Spears confided. “It was like he could take me down with one call if he wanted to. And there were times when it seemed like that.”
4. On her FIANCE
Spears married Kevin Federline in 2000. He is now the father of her two sons, Sean Preston, 4, and Jayden James, 2.
But Spears’ fiancé and her family have been hit with some awful news: Federline recently suffered a heart attack.
Spears and Federline have been estranged for about six months , but when it comes to kids, Spears won’t let that stand in the way of them being together again. “I don’t care if he’s in a wheelchair,” she said. “I mean I’m not going to be scared you know what I mean? I’m not going to let anything get in the way of my kids.