According to Rolling Stone,
Britney Spears addressed the court on Wednesday for the first time since her court-appointed attorney filed to remove her father Jamie Spears as conservator of her estate last August.
Spears appeared in court via Zoom. After technical difficulties delayed the hearing, Spears requested that her testimony remain open for all to hear because “they’ve done a pretty good job exploiting my life.”
Spears’ harrowing testimony presented her side of the last 13 years of her life, which have been controlled by the Jamie Spears-led conservatorship. Spears noted that any claims that she has dementia are false, noting that she had been the one to teach her dancers the choreography for her shows. Spears also pointed out the medication she has been given over the last eight years, including Lithium which she called a “strong drug.” She compared herself to a sex trafficking victim while describing her life, where she’s forced to work every day. “The people who did this to me should not be able to get away and walk away easily,” she told the courtroom.
Spears, who turns 40 this year, has been in a conservatorship for 13 years, which is unprecedented for someone so young. Her father has been in charge of the conservatorship since the beginning and now co-manages her $60 million fortune along with a wealth management company, the latter of which was at his daughter’s request.
Update: Britney wants to sue her family.
*AUDIO THATS ALL OVER THE INTERNET HAS BEEN WEIRDLY TAKEN DOWN BY LAWYERS*
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