Stability of O-protected spironolacton form of carboxyfluorescein under acid conditions

I have introduced a O-protected spironolacton form of carboxyfluorescein in my compound. Now I want to deprotect a BOC-protected amin, which is also a part of the molecule. Commonly recommended is using TFA in DCM.

Does the O-protected spironolacton form of carboxyfluorescein remain stable under such strong acid condition?

Thanks for answers and suggestions