Britney Spears is free | Vanity Fair

Britney Spears was made public with her Court appointed conservatory since this summer, when she read a letter to the court the probate judge decry the fact that her life was still under the control of her father after 13 years. On Friday, the judge, who was solely responsible for deciding whether or not to continue the conservatory, ruled that it was over.

“The conservatory of the person in the property of Britney Jean Spears is no longer required,” the judge Brenda Penny said.

Hirem Papp, Jamie Spears, agreed steps August down after Britney’s passionate plea to a judge. She complained about many things, including giving up her desired medication and also claimed that she was forced to get an IUD despite wanting more children, a claim that Jamie’s lawyer had denied.

Nevertheless, even with Jamie Spears leaving the position, the fate of the conservatory is hanging in the balance. Jodi Montgomery has been their co-conservator since 2019, and the court has replaced the older Spears Jason Rubin, a certified public accountant. They will work together to resolve “ongoing financial concerns”, pro The New York Times.

This day, for what the #FreeBritney movement, which emerged in recent years when Spears stopped working, fought in protest against the conservatory. The gathering of fans who obsessively follow the performer’s fight against their legal situation will surely celebrate the evening. Here’s a confetti cannon outside the courthouse:

And Britney acknowledged her efforts, wrote recently on Instagram, “#FreeBritney movement … I have no words … because of you guys and your constant resilience to free me from my conservatory … my life is now in that direction !!!!! I had two hours last night cried because my fans are the best and I know it. I feel your hearts and you feel mine … so much I know is true !!!!! “

Before court date her fiancĂ©, Sam Asghari, posted a video of the two wearing #FreeBritney shirts on Instagram. “It’s a human rights movement,” the shirt read.

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