Britney Spears Speaks Her Mind At Last In Conservatorship Hearing - NPR
Jun 23, 2021 1 min, 15 secs
Britney Spears at a movie premiere in 2019.

She pleaded with a judge on Wednesday to end a conservatorship that has controlled her personal and business lives for years.

She pleaded with a judge on Wednesday to end a conservatorship that has controlled her personal and business lives for years.

Addressing a Los Angeles Superior Court judge via a remote connection, Britney Spears on Wednesday afternoon made her most public statement to date about her long-running conservatorship.

Her father, Jamie Spears, who has been in charge of Spears' conservatorship, said through his lawyer that he's sorry to see his daughter in so much pain and that he misses her and loves her very much.

Prior to Wednesday, after a recent New York Times and FX documentary, Framing Britney Spears, reignited interest in her story and the wider #FreeBritney movement, she had shied away from public comment, but did share some thoughts on social media.

In 2008, Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears, gained control of all aspects of his daughter's life after the singer publicly struggled with her mental health

(As the Framing Britney Spears documentary brought new attention to her case, it also started some soul-searching among media types who farmed her mental health issues for tabloid headlines.) Everything from her performances to her finances to her relationships with her two now-teenage sons was under her father's control

As a result, a wealth-management company became a co-conservator for her finances, but her father presently remains the main conservator for all other aspects of Spears' life

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