Britney Spears speaks out after conservatorship termination
Pop star Britney Spears rejoiced after the most pivotal court date in her conservatorship saga, which officially ended 13 years of restrictions. “Good God! I love my fans so much,” she wrote on Instagram, referring to the cheering fans outside the courthouse. “I think I’m gonna cry the rest of the day! Praise the Lord, can I get an Amen #FreedBritney.”
Judge Brenda Penny announced at the hearing, “The court determines that the conservatorship of the person and the estate of Britney Jean Spears is no longer required.” All parties consented to termination. Spears did not attend the hearing, according to reports.
The singer has been under a conservatorship since 2008 when her father, Jamie Spears, placed her under the court-ordered arrangement. At the time, the star had endured a series of public pitfalls. But over time, the circumstances changed. Throughout the 13 years of the conservatorship, she continued to perform, making hundreds of millions of dollars touring, recording music, and putting on numerous shows per week at her Las Vegas residency. Conservatorships are intended to be a last resort for non-functioning individuals, typically elderly with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Prior to the hearing, Spears and fiancé Sam Asghari posed in #FreeBritney T-shirts, a nod to the fan movement, which is largely responsible for the star’s newfound freedom.
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