The whole world is screaming FREE BRITNEY because of her shady conservatorship.
The 38-year-old pop superstar has been under conservatorship by her father, Jamie Spears, since her 2007 mental breakdown. So for over a decade, Britney’s dad has total control over his daughter’s life, he legally has the right to oversee and make decisions regarding Britney’s finances, health, and business deals.
Britney needs permission to leave her house, spend her money, eat certain foods; she’s forced to be on birth control and not have children, her outfits have to get “approved,” etc.
On June 23, 2021, she officially asked the court to end her conservatorship in her most public statement to date. She said, “It’s my wish and my dream for all of this to end. I just want my life back. The conservatorship should end. I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive.”
“Teen rival” Christina Aguilera spoke out and showed support for Britney. On Twitter, Xtina said,
“These past few days, I’ve been thinking about Britney and everything she is going through.
It is unacceptable that any woman or human, wanting to be in control of their own destiny, might not be allowed to live life as they wish.” Take a look:
In the latest report, Jamie Spears said he wasn’t the one making Britney’s life “miserable.” As reported on TMZ, he “filed legal docs claiming he has not had ANY involvement in Britney‘s personal conservatorship — meaning making personal decisions on behalf of Britney — for nearly 2 years. The article notes he says he hasn’t even spoken to his daughter in a long time because ‘he has been cut off from communicating with her.'”
Jamie lays any blame for the restrictive rules on the current personal conservator, Jodi Montgomery. He says when Britney’s lawyer filed docs to appoint Montgomery, he claimed at the time Britney did not have the mental capacity to make decisions about her medical treatment and therefore it was left to the conservator of her person — now Jodi Montgomery. Jamie says bluntly, the court never found she was unable to consent to medical treatment and the court never made such an order.