Singer Britney Spears, who has been in custody since 2008 after mental disorders, said she was “depressed” and “shocked” by the “abusive measures” in Los Angeles court.
Singer Britney Spears on Wednesday asked a Los Angeles court to lift the guardianship proceedings she has been under since 2008, saying she was “depressed” and “shocked” by the sentences she called “abusive.”
“I just want to resume my life, it’s been thirteen years and that’s enough,” fired the pop star, who spoke, at his quick request, during an online hearing. “I’m not happy, I can’t sleep. I’m so angry,” the 39-year-old singer said, saying the court action, comparable to the guardianship system, did more harm than good.
Reviving the #FreeBritney حملة campaign
Although he is sometimes on social networks to keep in touch with his fans, the star has so far refrained from publicly discussing his guardianship or his difficult relationship with his father. Although he is sometimes on social networks to keep in touch with his fans, the star has so far refrained from publicly discussing his guardianship or his difficult relationship with his father.
Le New York Times It ensures, for example, that under this supervision, the singer must pay not only her own legal fees but also the fees of the guardians, which are quite substantial, who contest her claims in court. All this controversy has only served to revive the #FreeBritney (#LibérezBritney in French) campaign organized on the street and on social media by some fans, convinced that the singer is staying against her will under supervision and is sending encrypted calls on her Instagram account. .
Interest in the legal and psychological saga of Britney Spears has rekindled recently with the release of a documentary called “Framing Britney Spears,” which explores the star’s declining mental health and sometimes harsh media treatment.