Britney Spears is Finally Testifying That the Decades-long Conservatorship is Ruining Her Life

Pop superstar Britney Spears has finally found the courage to testify in court about one of the biggest obstacles in her life: the decades-long financial conservatorship.

Britney stated that her team managing her personal and financial conservatorship didn’t allow her to remarry or have another child. Such a thing comes as a serious accusation, and her team and dad could risk jail time.

Here are all the shocking details that Britney revealed.

Britney Fights For Her Life

Britney’s situation is probably the worst-case scenario a person could ever deal with in life. Since 2008, she has been controlled by a conservatorship agreement set up following a severe public mental breakdown.

Her dad, Jaimie Spears, has been ever since controlling Britney’s personal and business affairs. Only that in 2019, he decided to give partial control of that to a trust group and an attorney.

“I want to be able to get married and have a baby,” declared Britney.

Her statement is heartbreaking as the story continues to become more challenging.

Conservatorship details

Britney’s conservatorship can decide her medical decisions and all her business deals. And if you think that’s a lot, the agreement can also take out restraining orders in her name, restrict people who want to visit her, decide important life stuff, including getting married.

“I am not happy, I can’t sleep, I’m so angry, it’s insane…” stated Britney.

Britney’s testimony comes right after The New York Times reported previously unknown attempts of the pop star to fight her conservatorship.

What does her dad say?

Jaimie Spears stated that he is “sorry” to find out about her daughter’s struggles and that’s she’s suffering.

Of course, he said that he loved Britney very much, but he and all the people involved in this conservatorship could face jail time.

Britney’s story doesn’t end here. This part is only the beginning. Fans worldwide showed their support and gathered outside of the Los Angeles County Superior Court. #FreeBritney has become a movement.

Georgia Nica
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