‘We love you’: Celebrities rally around Britney Spears after her call to end conservatorship


“Britney Spears has every right to be angry. How would you feel if your life was stolen, mutilated, made fun of?” Actress Rose McGowan said.

Britney Spears received support from actors, singers and media personalities on Wednesday after publicly asking a judge to end her 13-year stereotype.

Singer Halsey wrote in a tweet: “Bless Britney and I hope with all my heart that she is freed from this humiliating system.” “He deserves it more than anything. I admire his courage to speak for himself today.”

Spears’ conservatism grew over the past year following the release of several documentaries examining her career, including The New York Times’ “Framing Britney Spears” and the BBC’s “The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship”. has been the subject of investigation. “

Spears, 39, began her testimony Wednesday by telling the judge that she felt she had not been heard “at any level” the last time she was in court. She alleged that she had multiple psychiatric evaluations, was given different medications and was forced to continue working despite wanting a break – all while telling the judge that her father, Jamie Spears, had taken a break from her. Approved everything that was done together. Under guardianship, Jamie Spears oversees his daughter’s personal life and finances.

“After what we saw today, we should all support Britney at this time,” Justin Timberlake wrote, Who dated Britney Spears early in her career. “Regardless of our past, the good and the bad, and no matter how long ago it was … What is happening to her is not right. No woman was ever restricted from making decisions about her own body.” No one should be against him or ever ask permission to access everything he has worked so hard for.”

Timberlake apologized earlier this year to Britney Spears for “benefiting from a system that promotes misogyny and racism.”

“We hope the courts and her family will do it right and let her live however she wants to live,” he said on Wednesday.

“Britney Spears has every right to be angry. How would you feel if your life was stolen, mutilated, made fun of?” Actress Rose McGowan said. “I pray that she gets a chance to live her life on her own terms. Stop controlling women. #freebritney

Mariah Carey tweeted her support for Spears, writing, “We love you Britney!!! Keep up the courage.”

“There are no words. #freebritney, “Designer Vera Wang tweeted.

Singer Brandi also tweeted, “Sending all my love and support to Britney Spears and her fans.”

He followed that tweet with another that said, “#FreeBritney.”

During her testimony, Spears also told the judge that she had an intrauterine device that she wanted to remove so she could have another baby. She said that her patrons did not allow her to remove it.

“Isn’t what has been done to Britney Spears a human rights crime? Isolation, controlling her ability to reproduce without her consent, forcing her to work in inhumane conditions,” tweeted Meghan McCain. “If she were any other person, people who did this to her would be in jail.”

Khloe Kardashian wrote on Twitter urging Spears to stay strong, “No one should be treated like this. Stay strong Queen!! You deserve better than her.”

“We love you so much @Britney Spears,” tweeted singer Tinashe.

Dating app Grindr also voiced support for Spears, tweeting, “We love you Britney.”

At Wednesday’s hearing, a lawyer for Jamie Spears made a brief statement.

The lawyer said, “Mr. Spears is sorry to see his daughter suffer and in so much pain. Mr. Spears loves his daughter and her sister very much.”

Jamie Spears and her team have vehemently denied allegations that she abused her position, saying repeatedly that she only has her daughter’s best interests at heart.

Jamie Spears’ attorney Vivian Thorin told Granthshala News in March, “It’s her No. 1 priority to keep Britney safe and not take advantage of her.”



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