According to the New York Times, a few hours before Britney Spears clearly accused her family of blocking her life testimony, the pop star called 911 to report abuse of her protection. However, his request for revocation of guardianship was rejected by the court.
Those words Britney Spears She broke the silence of more than ten years under the condition that she has been protected by her family since 2008. They shocked the artist’s fans and traveled all over the world. “I deserve this kind of life“, The pop star told judge Brenda Perry a few days ago, condemning that since her asset management-and her existence-have been placed in the hands of her father Jamie Spears, she has found herself in a kind of frustration And limited situation.
911 calls from pop stars
According to the New York Times, the previous testimony was Dial 911 Spears herself did it a few hours ago, and she intends to condemn her family’s abuse of her protection. Despite this, Britney Spears’ request to suspend supervision was not accepted by the judge.
Because Britney Spears is not free
The supervision entrusted to the Spears family stipulates that the singer cannot independently manage his own resources, nor can he live a life that is entirely dependent on her choice. This decision stems from the singer’s personal crisis in 2007, when alcoholism and troubled emotional conditions led to controversial shaving incidents and were amplified by the media.
Britney Spears’ allegations against family
Britney Spears had never clearly expressed her situation before June 23 last year. At that time, in a phone call with the judge for about 30 minutes, she said that she was exhausted and demanded to be free again. Among Spears’ allegations regarding the family’s suffocating protection, one is a substantial control of its existence. For example, prevent her from managing her own money, live a normal love life, and imagine that she can have other children. Family members will prevent her from eliminating the spiral that she must avoid pregnancy, but without success: “I want to have another child, but they prevent me from going to the doctor because I don’t want him to have a baby. In fact, this kind of supervision does more harm than good to me. I should have a life.” For these reasons, Spears announced in the same testimony that he wanted to condemn his father, and for many years he had also demanded the proper management of his daughter’s assets.