December 4, 2022

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“I want to get my life back, it’s been thirteen years and that’s it”, Britney Spears began

"I want to get my life back, it's been thirteen years and that's it", Britney Spears began

Singer Britney Spears asked a Los Angeles court on Wednesday to lift the custody she has been subject to since 2008 as a result of mental disorders and it will cause her a lot of damage. Some part of it is autonomy.

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“I want to start my life back, it’s been thirteen years and that’s enough,” the pop star said during an inquiry conducted via the Internet, at his request.

Britney Spears spoke continuously for over twenty minutes, flowed very fast and would do her “more harm than good” by arguing to ask Judge Brenda Penny to lift this legal action.

“I really think this monitoring is abusive,” she began. “I told the world I was happy and I was fine,” but “I was sad,” the 39-year-old artist said. “I’m not happy, I can’t sleep. I was so angry, she assured me that she was “crying every day”.

Britney Spears was placed in custody in 2008, after growing up in hell at the time. Circumstances are so tough and decisions about the singer are especially made by her father Jamie Spears, who has had a difficult relationship with her for a long time.

These arrangements have been fiercely contested in recent years, and Britney Spears’ attorney recently asked the court to appoint a professional guardian to replace Jamie Spears, who is currently handling her case with her father.

The singer also criticized the attitude of her family, including her father, in this regard. “My family did nothing,” she said.

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Her court-appointed lawyer, Samuel Ingam, said the singer had previously told the court she was “afraid of her father”, but this was the first time the young woman had publicly made such vicious remarks.

In a brief statement read in court, Jamie Spears said he was “sorry to see her so sad” and said he loved his daughter “so much”.

Despite occasionally on social networks to stay in touch with his fans, the star refrained from publicly discussing his guardianship or difficult relationship with his father. She told the judge Wednesday that she was unaware of the right to request that the action be overturned.

According to court documents New York TimesHowever, Britney Spears has repeatedly expressed strong opposition to her trusteeship rule.

“She felt that custody had become a means of repression to control her,” the forensic investigator in charge of the case wrote in a 2016 report.

According to a report quoted in the newspaper, Britney Spears has informed the researcher that she wants to end this conservation regime as soon as possible. The document goes on to say that “she is” frustrated with taking advantage “and that she works and brings in money, but she pays everyone around her”.

The New York Times For example, because of this tutoring, the singer has to pay not only her own legal fees, but also a lot of caregivers who compete for her demands in court.

All of these controversies revived the #FreeBritney campaign (#LibrageBritney in French) set up by some fans on the street and on social networks, convincing the singer that she was being kept under surveillance and that she was sending coded calls on her Instagram account.

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Several dozen of them appeared in court on Wednesday to show their support for their statue.

After divorcing Kevin Federline in 2006 and taking her children into custody in 2007, Britney Spears appeared barefoot at the gas station where she was shaving. Skull.

Her preservation did not prevent the artist from being professionally active: she has released three albums and has given a series of residency appearances in Las Vegas, as well as some appearances on television shows.

However, in January 2019, she announced that she would be suspending her artistic activities until further notice.