Britney Spears regained her independence 13 years later. The guardianship of the famous singer’s father, who controlled his personal life and money, ended today.

In the Los Angeles case, Britney Spears’ request for termination of guardianship was accepted by the judge. Father Jamie Spears’ guardianship is officially over after a short 30-minute hearing.

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‘I BELIEVE I WILL CRY FOR THE REMAIN OF THE DAY’

Britney Spears welcomed the decision. Sharing images of her fans waiting in front of the court on her social media account, the singer dropped the note, ‘I think I’ll cry for the rest of the day! The best day ever…’,

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‘END OF SLAVERY’

Britney Spears’ assets and decisions passed under the control of her father, Jamie Spears, after suffering from a psychological disorder in 2007. The famous singer, who applied to the court to end this situation, described the process as ‘the end of slavery’.

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‘DAD WAS NOT SMART TO THINK ABOUT THE GUARDIAN!’

Mother-of-two Britney Spears, who says her mother is the real villain in this story, said, ‘My father wasn’t smart enough to think of a guardianship!’ Used the phrases.

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#FREEBRITNEY CAMPAIGN

Britney Spears; She claimed that she was given medication, forced to appear on stage and prevented from having children. Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, said that the investigation into the actions of those who managed his client’s wealth during his tutelage continued. Jamie Spears, on the other hand, denied the accusations and claimed that his daughter’s condition worried him.Fans of the singer started the #FreeBritney campaign and demanded that Britney Spears have the right to have a say over her life. The legal dispute was brought to the fore again with the documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” released this year, which deals with the controversy over the singer’s custody.

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