The singer’s father Jamie Spears was suspended from her guardianship
Britney Spears is opening her heart to those who supported her the most during her guardianship proceedings.
“#FreeBrittany movement…I have no words…because of you guys and your continued resilience in freeing me from my stereotypes…my life is headed in that direction now!!!!! ” The 39-year-old pop star wrote to her 55 million Twitter followers on Monday.
“I cried for two hours last night because my fans are the best and I know it…”
“I feel your hearts and you feel mine…” she added in a follow-up tweet. “That’s all I know there are true wandering hearts!!!!!”
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An hour later, Spears also posted a instagram The photo, wearing only red bikini bottoms and heels, was accompanied by the caption, “Pssss you heard me… kiss it.”
The singer’s posts come less than a week after she scored a major victory in her battle for conservatism.
On Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penney ordered her father, James P. Spears was suspended as the custodian of his estate. It was a move that Spears and her lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, have been pushing for in recent months.
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Last week, around 200 to 300 #FreeBritney supporters of all ages gathered outside the Stanley Mosque Courthouse to voice their support for the singer. Under a massive police presence that blocked the road, Judge Penny outside the court shouted slogans to “do the right thing” to free Spears “now” from her father’s control.
The pop star struggled in and out of court for years in strategically concerted efforts to remove her father from his longtime position as custodian of his estate. She revealed the restrictions she’s living under during a tumultuous court hearing in June. The “Gimme More” singer claimed she was not allowed to remove her contraceptive device or get married.
She also accused her father of “conservative abuse”.
During Wednesday’s hearing, the judge heard lengthy arguments from primary attorneys representing Britney and Jamie Spears.
Rosengart said that Spears “wants, needs and deserves an orderly transition” and further argued that “she has been abused by this man for the past decade and since his childhood.”
“Britney Spears testified under oath about the brutality and toxic presence in the life of James Spears,” he told the judge. “There is a mountain of evidence mandating his suspension.”
Judge Penny ruled that “the suspension is in the best interest of Britney Spears” and that “the current situation is not appropriate.” He further stated that his decision was not appealable.
In response, Spears’ attorney Vivian L. Thorin partly said on Thursday: “Mr. Spears loves his daughter Brittany unconditionally. For thirteen years, he has tried to do what’s in his best interest, whether as a mentor or as a father figure.” in the form of. “