Britney Spears is giving heartbreaking testimony in her conservatorship hearing, including claims she was forced to take Lithium and perform in Las Vegas, even after says she wanted a break.
The pop star is speaking out in an open court hearing, which is being broadcast live through the courthouse to the public, and Spears claimed while doing her Vegas residency, she told her management she didn’t want to do the show anymore and it was “too much.” But, Britney says he was forced to continue doing the tour, and the next thing she knew, the doctors changed her medication to Lithium — which had a terrible effect on her life. Britney says she was very scared and her family did nothing to help.
At the time, the pop star claims she pleaded with everyone for a break from the Vegas shows after 4 years, but instead they claimed she was “uncooperative,” which she says is not true.
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Shockingly, Britney exposed brutal allegations of people working for the conservatorship treating her poorly, including violations of her privacy by watching her change while naked. Spears says she has zero privacy, and when she is at home, she is told she can’t see he boyfriend or children at certain times.
As we reported, along the same lines, Britney claims she is forced to being forced to use an IUD and cannot become pregnant even though she wants to have more children. According to the pop star, the conservatorship will not allow her to get married or have any more kids. Britney says she’s “not here to be anyone’s slave.”
During the hearing, Britney repeated several times she wishes to end her conservatorship, even though her lawyers haven’t formally asked for it to be terminated. But, at the end of the hearing, Britney’s lawyer says he will speak with her and file the proper paperwork if that is what she wishes. “I worked since I was 17-years-old and this conservatorship is abusive. I don’t feel I can live a full life. I don’t even believe in therapy. I always thought I could take it to God,” Britney said.
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In the end, Britney’s father had his attorney read a statement, saying he misses his daughter and “he’s sorry she’s suffering” and “loves her very much.” Interestingly, the judge spoke up about Britney bravely addressing the court and the public, saying, “she appreciates her stepping forward and stepping out.”
At one point, Britney says she is considering suing her family for some of their actions, and her lawyer told the court he would be happy to introduce her to another set of attorneys who can address the situation.
As we reported, members of the #FreeBritney movement have been claiming she was a prisoner in her own home, and she should be released from the conservatorship. According to the pop star, they were right — and she feels exactly the same way. In the end, the court says it will put the termination on the calendar if the proper paperwork is filed. Obviously, it appears Britney will be starting the process.