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Britney Spears Shares New Details About Her Conservatorship

Britney Spears recently shared audio and details about the feelings and the opportunity she gets after being freed of her 13-year-long conservatorship in November 2021.

Britney Spears was freed from a 13-year conservatorship last year and recently the singer gets candid about those days when she was controlled by her father. Britney recently breaks her Twitter hiatus and shared a link to a YouTube video, which turned out to be a 22-minute voice memo in which she discussed her life both inside and outside of a conservatorship. Though Britney has made the video private, the audio of it has been reshared by her fans.

In the audio, Britney said she’s “had tons of opportunities, Oprah, interviews, to go on a platform and share the hardships and just really anything that’s going on in my mind.” Those opportunities started rolling in after Britney was freed of her 13-year-long conservatorship in November 2021. Her father, Jamie Spears, served as the conservator of her estate for the majority of that time, though he was suspended from the role months before the conservatorship was terminated.

However, Spears explained why she hasn’t accepted any of the offers saying, “I really don’t think any of that is relevant, getting paid to tell your story. I feel like it’s kind of silly.” Instead, Britney opted to self-release the audio. In the audio, Britney also revealed what exactly she went through claiming that from her mid-20s on, Jamie didn’t allow her to “see anyone or anything,” for reasons that eluded her.

Things eventually took a turn for the worse, when Britney claimed “a Swat team” came into her home, and, while “three helicopters” circled overhead, “they held me down on a gurney.” “There were over 200 paparazzi outside my house videotaping me through a window of an ambulance, holding me down on a gurney,” Britney said. “I know now it was all premeditated. A woman introduced the idea [of a conservatorship] to my dad, and my mom actually helped him follow through and made it all happen.”

Britney went on to say, “It was all basically set up. There were no drugs in my system, no alcohol, nothing. It was pure abuse. And I haven’t even really shared half of it.” After two weeks of hospitalization, Britney said she “started working right away.” Britney, who recently released her first song in six years, concluded her message by revealing that she was sharing her perspective on everything because she wants people “to know I’m only human.”

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