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Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 12, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.

Britney Spears is calling out her mother Lynne Spears once again. This time, the “Hold Me Closer” singer is alleging that her mother slapped her across the face for partying. In an Instagram post yesterday (October 10), Spears wrote: “I swear I’ve never slapped anyone my whole life !!! I WOULD GIVE ANYTHING TO SEE WHAT THAT FEELS LIKE … JUST SAYING !!! !!! The first time I ever got slapped was the one night Paris and Lindsay dropped me off at my beach house with my babies !!! Kevin left me at that point, so I had a small beach house and my mother was watching Jayden and Preston … yes I partied till like 4am and my mother was PISSED !!!!”

She continued, “I walked in she looked at me and hit me so hard that I will never forget it !!! Psss since then I’ve always wondered what it must feel like to slap someone … GUESS I WILL NEVER KNOW !!!! Stay classy folks !!! I mean we’ve all grown up since then !!!”

Spears included a video clip from the 2005 Jane Fonda/Jennifer Lopez flick, Monster-In-Law, in which the two get into a physical back-and-forth that began with poking and ended up with slapping each other numerous times.

As we earlier reported, Britney, 40, told her mother to go f— herself in a since-deleted Instagram post. “Not one mother f—ing person stood up for me !!! Mom take your apology and go f— yourself !!! And to all the doctors for f—ing with my mind … I pray you all burn in hell !!! Kiss my mother f—ing a–!!!!”

Last month, Spears said that she hopes her father “burns in f—ing hell” in another since-deleted Instagram post. “Sorry I will never forget because of the pain and the difference in being out of my head clear moving my feet … its only been 10 months since the conservatorship has ended … I wouldn’t wish that kind of pain on anyone !!! It’s extremely hard for me to accept the fact that my family did that to me … it will be hard for me for the rest of my life … as for my Mom and Dad who sat back and hid coffee from me at the house to wake me up from feeling dead and scared like an old lady … and threw me away … I will say it loud and proud … I pray you both burn in hell.”

13 Britney Spears Music Videos That Influenced Pop

You can’t possibly be a fan of pop music without being a fan of Britney Spears, who dominated the industry for almost two decades. The Princess of Pop has pumped out some of the most iconic music videos that influenced how musical artists incorporate choreography with their music as well as setting fashion trends. Below, we have gathered our top 13 videos that Britney’s put out over the course of her career that have influenced the realm of pop music.

  • If U Seek Amy

    When this song came out, everyone went wild with Brit’s clever play of words with the song title (If you get it, you get it. We’re not explaining this one). Britney plays up her sex appeal in the video, wearing black lingerie and a smoky eye in a hotel room with bodies lying around her.

  • (You Drive Me) Crazy

    Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier make appearances in the music video, named after the 1999 rom-com movie Drive Me Crazy the two actors starred in. The video features epic Y2K choreographed dance battles that they just don’t do enough of anymore.

  • Me Against The Music

    The Princess and Queen of Pop got together for the most epic showdown. Britney wears a sexy suit and tie, while Madonna wears an all-white suit. Our favorite part of the video is when the two pop superstars interact with each other through a wall that they share in different rooms.

  • Womanizer

    Britney bared it all throughout her “Womanizer” music video. She wears a short black wig and black-and-white outfit in an office, completely dominating the man who thinks he’s womanizing her, but she knows just what he is. Throughout the video, her character goes through many disguises to torment the poor chap, much to our amusement.

  • Gimme More

    “It’s Britney b—h.” Britney takes a shot at her pole dancing skills in “Gimme More,” and though she never slides down the pole, we think she’s achieved the effect she was going for.

  • Stronger

    Probably the most 2000s-sounding song, “Stronger’s” music video embodies all of the aspects of the era as well: from the futuristic white and silver outfits to Britney dancing solo with a steel chair shows why she’s a legend as a singer and dancer. And of course, they incorporated a rain scene.

  • Lucky

    We would absolutely die for Britney’s luxe pink robe in “Lucky.” Channeling old Hollywood glamor, Brit plays lonely successful star, Lucky, in the video.

  • Circus

    She sure knows how to do product placement in this video, from her perfume line to Bulgari jewelry. Our favorite part of the video is when flames surround Britney and her dancers and elephants join in.

  • I'm A Slave 4 U

    Everyone in this video is a hot, sweaty mess. That doesn’t seem to bother Britney, though, who wears a pink thong over leather pants — an iconic look.

  • Work B**ch

    We love how hype “Work B—h” is, but the dancing was definitely overshadowed by the massive amounts of explosions. Also, did you peep that Beats gag ball?

  • ...Baby One More Time

    “Oh baby, baby.” Britney’s pop career was propelled with this one, at the tender age of 16. Fun fact: the video was shot at Venice High School in Los Angeles, which was the setting for Rydell High in the movie Grease.

  • Oops!...I Did It Again

    Britney went intergalactic with this one, wearing a red patent leather jumpsuit, which went down as one of the most iconic looks in pop music video history.

  • Toxic

    Buckle up, since flight attendant Britney is up to no good, taking one lucky passenger for a trip to the mile-high club. Her nude, bejeweled catsuit was shocking for the times, yet only something she could pull off. Finally, Britney was blessed to ride on the back of a motorcycle with supermodel Tyson Beckford, before she backflips off superhero style. “Toxic” is by far her most iconic music video to date.