Britney Spears: singer unpacks in court against father

Britney Spears
Singer unpacks in court against father

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Britney Spears breaks her silence and, in the case of her guardianship, made a long-awaited testimony in court for the first time – she reveals shocking details about her father.

Pop star Britney Spears, 39, took the floor publicly for the first time and in a shocking court hearing on Wednesday June 23rd, emphatically explained why the state of guardianship of her father, Jamie Spears, 68, has become unbearable for her.

Britney Spears: “I want to get married and have another baby, but I’m not allowed”

Britney was hooked up by phone when she turned to Judge Brenda Penny in a nearly 30-minute speech in a Los Angeles court in a trembling voice. The singer spoke out against her father, Jamie Spears and her management team, claiming she was not even allowed to “get married and have a baby”. Britney says, “I want to grow. I want to get married and have a baby, but I have one [IUP] in me so that I don’t get pregnant. I want to go to the doctor and have that thing removed, but they won’t let me. “IUD is used as a contraceptive on women.” They don’t want me to have another baby, “Britney said.” It feels feel like being dead. “

Britney Spears: “My family belongs in jail”

“This guardianship does me much more harm than good. I deserve to have a life! I’ve worked my whole life. I deserve to take two to three years off a year and do what I want to do” says Britney. Spears has been dating boyfriend Sam Asghari, 27, since 2016 after they met on the set of their music video “Slumber Party”. Britney compares her father Jamie to a “sex dealer” who loves to control her. “I honestly would like to be able to sue my family, they belong in jail,” Britney accuses her family in haunting words. She adds, “I want to quit the conservatory without being assessed. I want to petition to end guardianship.”

She suffers from depression and cries every day

Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, has been her guardian since 2008. Attorney Andrew Wallet has been named co-curator of her estate. Britney Spears: “I didn’t know I could apply for the end of guardianship myself. It’s demoralizing what I’ve been through. I’ve never said it openly – I never thought anyone would believe me. I don’t lie. I just want my life back. It’s been 13 years and it’s enough. “

Although Britney is mostly cheerful and carefree on Instagram, she now openly says that in reality she suffers from depression because of her repressed position: “I can’t sleep and I cry every day.”

Sources used: People, HollywoodLife, UsWeekly, Daily Mail

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