Members of the #FreeBritney movement have just taken the next step in attempting to get Britney Spears removed from the current conservatorship which governs much of her life, by formally requesting she is released from the case in an open letter to her attorney.
In a statement from leaders of the movement, obtained by The Blast, #FreeBritney advocates claim they sent a letter via email to Britney’s court-appointed lawyer, Sam Ingham, requesting he fil a petition with the court to terminate the pop star’s conservatorship…by Mother’s Day.
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The group, which in includes “accountants, lawyers, journalists, and other professionals,” included a “non-exhaustive” list of facts gathered from the public case.
The list includes information that shows Britney’s “capacity” as a person who doesn’t need a conservatorship. That list includes the capability to record albums, make personal appearances, raised children, and maintain a massive Las Vegas residency and perform on a nightly basis.
If Britney’s lawyer ignores the letter and fails to file the petition in the case, the group claims they will demand an investigation into the conservatorship and “all of the individuals that participated in its creation and permanence.”
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The #FreeBritney movement points out the increased momentum the situation has in the political world — including the new proposed congressional meeting on the use of conservatorship and their abuse in the court systems. Two politicians specifically used Spears as an example of a person who was wrongly placed in a situation where “abuse” of power might have been used to gain control of the pop star’s estate.
Interestingly, the open letter also points out Britney’s recent statement on the ‘Framing Britney Spears’ documentary — claiming it was embarrassing and made her cry after seeing parts of it.
In the letter, #FreeBritney advocates were quick to point out that the statement was contradictory to her own boyfriend who spoke openly about his issues with the conservatorship.
Following the documentary’s release, Sam Asghari lashed out at Britney’s father — Jamie Spears — and his “attempts to control their relationship.” Plus, over the past several months he has “liked” dozens of #FreeBritney related posts on social media.
In the end, organizers say two years after an anonymous voicemail gave rise to the movement — they are finally and formally demanding answers from her legal team.