Britney Spears’ father petitioned to end the conservatory, which had controlled the singer’s life for the past 13 years.
On Tuesday, 69-year-old Jamie Spears petitioned the Los Angeles Superior Court to end the legislation. In 2008, Mr. Spears founded the conservatory, which controls the popstar’s life and money.
In an unexpected event, he noted, conditions have changed in recent months. “If Spears wants to end the conservatory and he believes he can manage his own life, Mr Spears believes he should get that chance,” said the petition to end the regulation.
Mr Spears expressed in a court filing that he believed the judge “should now seriously consider whether this conservatism is now necessary”.
Pop star fans react to the news. Those behind the long-sought ongoing #FreeBritney campaign to help get Spears freed from his conservancy are rejoicing at the news as it seems to be the end in sight.
“This is great news for the #FreeBritney movement and will create some much needed dialogue about how conservatories in America work,” said fan Ryan Miller.
“Britney will be free in 13 years,” wrote another, while one fan commented, “Britney deserves to live independently.”
“It’s finally happening!” another fan tweeted.
The pop star’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, told SurgeZirc UK He said the development was a “big legal victory for Britney Spears” and “correctness”.