“I just want my life back, it’s been thirteen years and that’s enough,” pleaded the artist, in June, before a Los Angeles court, which finally proved him right.
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The end of a very long soap opera? After months of twists and turns, a Los Angeles court decided, Friday, November 12, to return control of her life to singer Britney Spears by lifting the guardianship that had weighed on her since 2008. The 39-year-old artist, who judged This measure “abusive”, had already won his case at the end of September, by obtaining the suspension of his father from the role of tutor.
In June, Britney Spears had struck a chord when she told the court that she was “traumatized” and “depressed” by this tutelage. She had said in particular that she had not been able to have her IUD removed when she wanted to have other children, and to be forced to take drugs that made her feel “drunk”. “I just want my life back, it’s been thirteen years and that’s enough”, she begged.
She can now turn the page of this measure implementation after psychological disorders she had manifested. Britney Spears wanted in particular to emancipate herself from this tutelage to be able to marry her fiancé, Sam Asghari, met in 2016 on the set of the clip of Slumber Party.
Britney Spears has been supported for years in her efforts by a “army” of fans claiming the “release” of their idol and who are regularly present in Los Angeles court on court days. A “Freedom Party” is scheduled for Friday in Hollywood to salute the favorable decision of the court.