Britney Spears has sued Christina Aguilera for awkwardly skirting a question about her during a red carpet appearance at the Latin Grammy Awards.
The singer, who was released from the controversial legal arrangement last week, posted an Instagram story last night (November 19) where she shared her displeasure over the television moment.
During the conversation, a Aguilera reporter asked if she had had any contact with Spears since the termination of her conservatism.
Aguilera’s journalist broke up and led the singer away from the reporter’s scrum, noting: “No, we are not doing this tonight. Sorry.”
Aguilera cried and told the reporter that she could not answer the question, adding: “but I’m happy for her.”
Posting the video to her Instagram, Spears commented: “I love and adore everyone who supported me … but refusing to speak when you know the truth, is equivalent to a lie!
“Thirteen years being in a corrupt abuse system, but why is it such a difficult topic for people to talk about? I’m the one who made it through! All the supporters who have spoken and supported me, thank you … yes I do Interest!
The Independent Has contacted Aguilera’s representatives for comment.
In the same series of stories, Spears thanked Lady Gaga, who had a long response when asked about Spears’ conservatism was terminated.
“Thank you Lady Gaga for really taking your time to say something so good,” she wrote. You made me cry! Love you. ”
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Aguilera had previously expressed her support for Spears – with whom she became famous as a child star at Disney’s Mickey Mouse Club and later as Pop Megastars during the nineties – in June after Spears testified in court about her conservatism.
“It is unacceptable that no woman, or man, who wants to be in control of their own destiny, can not be allowed to live as they want,” said Aguilera.
Earlier this week, Spears said she believes her parents “should be in jail” for the way they treated her under the conservatism.