Britney Spears: Tears in front of her face – and a small success

Britney Spears has testified again in court. The hearing brought the singer a partial success. The singer then posted the hashtag “Free Britney” for the first time.

Britney Spears has had a partial success in the dispute over her guardianship. The singer testified in a Los Angeles court on Wednesday. At the hearing, Spears was approved of the election of a new attorney.

At the court hearing, she reportedly said in tears, according to NBC News: “I want to bring charges against my father today and charge him with abuse of guardianship rights. I want an investigation to be opened.” She is “extremely afraid” of her father, Jamie Spears. “You allow my father to ruin my life.” In addition to Spears, who testified over the phone, her new lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, also had a say. He urges Father Jamie to voluntarily resign as guardian, saying it is “in the best interests” of his client.

Britney Spears nutzt Hashtag #freebritney

, which shows the singer riding and cycling, Spears then celebrated the partial success in court on Instagram: “From today everything new with real representation … I am grateful and feel blessed,” she writes about the clip and then thanks her fans: “You have no idea what it means for me to be supported by such great fans. God bless you all!” Finally, the 39-year-old even used the hashtag #freebritney. Many celebrities and fans have used this in the past few months to show their support for the singer.

Britney Spears’ father was appointed as her guardian by a court in 2008 following mental breakdowns. Since then he has made decisions about her life and finances. Since 2014, the singer and mother of two has been trying to break free from her father’s guardianship.

Britney Spears had already stated in court on June 23 that the guardianship was “abuse” and that it should be ended without a further medical opinion. Among other things, she said that she was forced to work against her will and that guardianship prevented her from having another child. Spears’ attorney demanded in November that the private asset management firm Bessemer Trust be set up as “sole guardian”. However, the application was recently denied. Her public defender Sam Ingham resigned after 13 years at the beginning of July.

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