Britney Spears' dad REMOVED as conservator, 'Free Britney' campaign comes full circle

Britney Spears posted a video of herself flying a plane after the order was announced as fans changed their slogan from Free Britney to Fly Britney


                            Britney Spears' dad REMOVED as conservator, 'Free Britney' campaign comes full circle
After 13 long years, Britney Spears' father Jamie Spears was removed from the position of her conservator (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

After 13 long years, Britney Spears' father Jamie Spears was removed from the position of her conservator by a court order of suspension. The move came after an intense legal battle during which the pop icon accused her father of years of abuse. Dad Jamie Spears was legally appointed as her conservator in 2008 following her infamous mental health breakdown in public. However, over the years, reports surfaced how Jamie apparently exploited her for money and status while emotionally abusing her for years.

After a series of upheavals, eventually, Jamie was removed from the position of Britney's conservator, marking a full-circle moment for the 'Free Britney' movement across the world. The victory for Britney came less than a month after Jamie officially filed a petition to step down as her conservator. In his petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Jamie's attorney stated, "As Mr Spears has said again and again, all he wants is what is best for his daughter. If Ms Spears wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes that she can handle her own life, Mr Spears believes that she should get that chance."

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Not only did the conservatorship take a toll on Britney's well-being, but it also barred her from getting married and having kids. In fact, she claimed she was forced into wearing a birth control device that would prevent her from becoming a mother again. Just days ahead of the official suspension of conservatorship, Britney got engaged to her present boyfriend Sam Asghar and also shared a rare glimpse of her two kids. 



 

 

Meanwhile, Britney posted a video of herself flying a plane soon after the order was announced. Another hearing for the official termination is believed to take place in November 2021.

As some of her fans aimed at changing the official slogan from Free Britney to Fly Britney, many rejoiced at the victory of the movement. "To every #FreeBritney supporter, give yourself or another supporter a hug! We’ve fought endlessly for the last 3 years and we are stronger than ever. Britney is stronger than ever," a #FreeBritney supporter posted on Twitter. 

Britney's attorney Matthew Rosengart was hailed for his exemplary work in just 77 days, while her previous attorney Samuel Ingham failed to achieve the same in years. "I’m so pleased and proud to say Jamie Spears is no longer a conservator. Jamie Spears has been suspended and he will formally be removed shortly. Jamie Spears and others are going to face even more serious ramifications," Rosengart said while addressing the media. 

"SHE IS US, WE ARE HER. He’s wearing a pink tie in front of a #freebritney banner this is too much," a Britney fan pointed out about Rosengart. A third fan informed, "Because he has now officially been suspended, if jamie spears is found to have perpetrated any wrongdoing as britney’s conservator, he may be liable for repaying the $47 million bond placed in his honor at the beginning of the conservatorship. #freebritney."

"STREAM AND BUY BRITNEY’S MUSIC IT’S HER MONEY NOW! #FreeBritney," another user wrote.



 



 



 



 



 

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