Britney Spears has taken to social media to respond to tabloid reports that surfaced Thursday, which stated that her inner circle had attempted to stage an intervention over concerns of her well-being.

TMZ published a report on Thursday morning that said Spears’ family and friends planned an intervention over “dire” problems regarding her “mental health and substance abuse,” with the tabloid publication citing a source “in regular contact with Britney” who they quoted as saying, “I’m afraid she’s gonna die.”

The piece cited “multiple sources with direct knowledge” in reporting that “people around Britney have become alarmed by her erratic, volatile behavior” and that she is “flying off the handle.” TMZ also claimed the singer is taking “meds that hype her up” but is not taking “medications that stabilize her.” The piece said the singer’s manager rented a house in L.A., and the plan was to take Spears to the house earlier this week where she would meet her husband, Sam Asghari, her manager, an interventionist and doctors who would attempt to help her. The report said Spears’ father, mother and sons, with whom she has been publicly battling, were not involved with the plan. TMZ also claimed that the pop star agreed to meet with a doctor this week and it “went well.”

Shortly after the TMZ report, People, Page Six and E! Online published similar reports regarding an intervention, also citing anonymous sources.

Variety reached out to a representative for Spears on Thursday, who did not respond for comment in regards to the various reports.

Now, Spears is taking matters into her own hands, posting on her Instagram to slam the reports.

Alongside an image of a quote that reads, “A state of gratitude will shift you to a higher frequency,” Spears published a caption saying, “Enough is enough.”

“It makes me sick to my stomach that it’s even legal for people to make up stories that I almost died,” her caption reads. “I mean at some point enough is enough! I’m probably going to have to stop posting on Instagram because even though I enjoy doing it, there’s obviously a lot of people who don’t wish me well! I’m honestly not surprised at all… Again doing the best I can! Again, the conservatorship has been over for almost a year… No folks, it’s not 2007… it’s 2023 and I’m making my first homemade lasagna at home! I finally got my fireplace to work in my living room! As my hubby says it best: don’t believe everything you read! All that love right back at ya!”

After her initial post, Spears took to Instagram again on Friday, posting a video responding to media reports. In the video, she is trying on a fur shawl and casually singing and dancing around a bit, as she says, “I’m feelin’ myself.” Spears, with a sarcastic tone, says into the camera: “I didn’t die, people. I didn’t die. I’m here. I’m alive. I’m very much alive and well…I’m here. I’m happy and I’m well. And that’s it.”

Spears also posted a corresponding caption to her video in which she says she does not have a management team, despite the tabloid reports stating that the planned intervention was staged by a manager. (In 2021, amid movement with her conservatorship, her longtime manager Larry Rudolph parted ways with the singer; no new management has been announced for Spears since.) Spears wrote in her caption: “This week in the news it said that I almost died and that I have a manager and ‘doctors’ !!! I don’t have a management team nor will I ever again in my life !!! I don’t have ‘medical doctors’ !!!

The singer also addressed her use of medication being brought up in the media, writing: “I take Prozac for depression and that’s about it !!! I’m an extremely boring person !!! It frustrates me to know that any news outlet would say any of this !!! It’s worse than a cruel joke because people actually believe this stuff and all of my efforts in getting better with my little routine of prayer and therapy seems to not count for anything when people can say things that are incredibly wrong !!!”

Spears’ husband, Asghari, responded to the intervention reports, telling “Access Hollywood” in a statement to Mario Lopez on Thursday: “An intervention did not occur. My wife is in full control of her life and will continue to make all decisions involving her care regardless of circumstances. Speculation on her health is inappropriate and should end immediately.”

Spears was under a court-ordered conservatorship for 13 years, which was terminated in November 2021. Her father, Jamie Spears, was the main conservator, overseeing the finances and essentially every aspect of his adult daughter’s life. He has been accused of financial mismanagement and abusing his role during the conservatorship, which he has denied — though the court battle regarding legal fees still persists.

During recent hearings, matters have become contentious regarding Spears’ personal well-being. In January 2022, her father’s attorney requested to unseal all records from the duration of the conservatorship to which Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, called “offensive” and “highly inappropriate.” At the time, Rosengart told the judge, “We don’t think a father who loves his daughter would file to unseal her medical records.”