Britney Spears has stated that she is apprehensive to release new music and is afraid of the entertainment world now that she has been released from her 13-year conservatorship.

“So much lost time to only disgrace and humiliate me, and I guess it looks odd to most now why I don’t even perform my music anymore…just that’s the surface concerns,” the singer wrote on Instagram. People have no idea what was done to me personally…and after what I’ve gone through, I’m terrified of people and the business!”

“They really harmed me!” she continued. In a sense, not doing my music is a way of saying ‘Fuck You,’ when it just benefits my family by disregarding my genuine labor.”

Britney Spears was on a strict schedule during her conservatorship, which began in 2008, and saw her release a handful of albums and perform regularly. She said she dealt with it by adopting a “‘everything’s really good’ mentality” because she “didn’t want to generate controversy,” adding that she stayed “nice, false” on the outside while “absolutely screaming within.”

“I wanted to be nice but what they did to my heart was unforgivable!” Spears wrote. “I asked for 13 years to perform new songs and remixes of my old songs. … I had two months off in between each show settings for four years in Vegas. … and every time I asked, I was told, ‘No’! It was a setup to make me fail yet I knew exactly what I wanted my fans to see.”

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Spears claimed that, despite having to repeat the same set, network television shows were playing her music and remixes that she wanted to perform. Jamie Lynn Spears, her younger sister, was also performing her elder sister’s remixes. “They even gave my sister remixes, but why was I always turned down?”

Nonetheless, Spears hinted earlier this month that new music could be on the way. “Psssss She stated on Instagram, “I’m going to let you know what I mean.”

Spears’ conservatorship ended in September, although her father Jamie Spears had been in charge of her personal and business affairs for the previous 13 years, depriving her of any influence over her life. The 40-year-lawyer old’s slammed her father’s plea earlier this month.