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Britney Spears Talks Nerve Damage Trauma in IG Post, Wants to Forgive Parents

TMZ.com Wednesday, 22 May 2024
Britney Spears is back with another rambling IG post ... and this time she's talking about forgiving those she claims contributed to her health woes. In particular, the troubled singer gets candid about the nerve damage on the right side of her…
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