Britney Spears shared a letter she received from two members of the United States Congress congratulating her on the “historic feat” related to her battle for protection.
On Wednesday (February 16), Spears shared a letter inviting her to meet with congressmen and share more of her story.
In the letter, it was made clear that Spears was under no obligation to attend, but felt that by sharing her experience she could empower others.
Underneath the photo, Spears wrote, “I was immediately proud and at the time, I was barely at the healing stage.”
She continued: “I am so grateful that my story even got THANKS!!! Because of the letter, I felt heard and for the first time in my life felt like I mattered.”
“I am the first to admit that I am quite confused by it all. I want to help others in vulnerable situations, take life with balls and be brave! ” she added.
The Instagram post comes three months after a judge overturned her involuntary conservatorship.
Spears concluded the note by saying, “I am so lucky to have such a small group of lovely friends that I can count on.
“In the meantime [sic]Thank you to Congress for inviting me to the White House.”
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/britney-spears-congress-letter-instagram-b2017084.html Britney Spears shares letter from US Congress congratulating her on ‘historic victory’