I’m not gonna perform on stage right now, not until my dad decides what to wear, what to say, do, think, wrote the Queen of Pop in a vociferously scrappy post.
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The interpreter of Toxic and … Baby One More Time has engaged in a fight to lift the tutelage that was imposed on it in 2008 after a series of highly publicized slippages. The plan is primarily administered by her father, Jamie.
Saying to himself
depressed, Britney Spears, 39, had delivered on June 23 in a court in Los Angeles an explosive testimony, in which she had detailed the control exerted by her father on his life, his friendships, his finances and even his means of contraception.
The singer has always continued to work, however, producing three albums over the past 13 years and singing regularly on stage in Las Vegas, where she was artist in residence, an experience she brought to an abrupt end in 2019.
It was around the same time that the #FreeBritney movement took off, orchestrated in the streets and on social networks by an army of fans supporting her in her fight.
A first victory for the singer
On Wednesday, the former child star recorded a first victory: a judge allowed her to choose her own lawyer to defend herself in these proceedings.
Interest in Britney Spears’ judicial and psychiatric saga was recently rekindled by the airing of a documentary, Framing Britney Spears, which explores the deterioration of his mental health and his treatment, sometimes cruel, by certain media.
In her publication, the singer reveals
not having liked the way the documentary brings back humiliating moments from the past.
It’s been a long time since I got over this, she assures.