However, Culotta, who was close with the pop star, 40, when she was first starting to rise to fame, admitted she has attempted to get in touch.
“I write all the time,” Culotta said. “I love handwritten letters. I just hope and pray she gets them. I know for sure before she wasn’t [in the past], so I’m very hopeful that she gets them [now].”
The "Toxic" singer was under a conservatorship for many years, and her father, Jamie Spears, controlled her finances. Over the years, fans came to Spears' defense and started the #FreeBritney movement, resulting in several documentaries being released which explored the artist's situation.
Culotta spoke out about Spears in FX and Hulu's Framing Britney Spears, in addition to the New York Times' Controlling Britney Spears.
These days, Jamie is no longer in Britney's life — something Culotta is thrilled about.
“It does feel like karma,” Culotta said. “Karma will get every single thing that was bad — karma will take care of [it]. I have faith in that.”
Despite Culotta sticking up for Britney in the videos, the Louisiana native was unhappy with her remarks.
- Britney Spears' Mom Lynne Apologizes For Causing 'Pain,' Begs Singer To 'Unblock' Her So They Can Reconnect
- Britney Spears Is Adamant On Getting 'Payback' & 'Justice' Following Termination Of 'Nightmare' Conservatorship
- Britney Spears 'Remains Traumatized by the Restrictions of Her Conservatorship,' Says Source: 'Years of Her Life Were Stolen From Her'
“The best part to me was when my old assistant talked about how I went through the neighborhood passing out 100 dollar bills when my first song came out !!!” Britney wrote via social media earlier this month. “I wish I could go inside the heads of people like my dad and her and really try to understand why people lie and make up such things like that !!!”
Ultimately, Culotta is ecstatic that Britney is living her best life with husband Sam Asghari.
“I’m very grateful that Brit has gotten her own words back, and her own voice,” she said. “That makes me happy. I just hope that her wedding and all the good things that are happening in her life make her as happy as we want her to be.”
Culotta spoke with Page Six.