Britney Spears Thanked Her Fans

Britney Spears, the singer who won the legal battle waged by her father Jamie Spears to end her 13-year guardianship, thanked her fans who supported her in the process. Spears told her lovers that “thanks to you and your constant resistance to get rid of my guardianship, my life is now on the way!” he called out in his words.

The verdict came out in the lawsuit filed by pop star Britney Spears to end the 13-year guardianship of her father, who controls her personal life and money. The court suspended the guardianship authority of father Jamie Spears.

The famous singer did not remain indifferent to her fans, who conducted the ‘Freedom’ (Free Britney) movement for her in the process.

Britney Spears thanked her lovers with a post on her Twitter account about the issue yesterday.


Father Jamie Spears was granted guardianship of his daughter in 2008 by a court order, who was hospitalized due to concerns about her mental health at the time.

His father controlled all the wealth of his daughter, made legal decisions on his daughter’s behalf. With the suspension decision, it will also be possible to investigate whether the father abused this position during the guardianship period.

The lawyers who evaluated the decision commented that in this sense, the suspension decision, which allows retrospective research, is in the best interest of Britney Spears. Hundreds of Britney Spears fans gathered in front of the court and cheered the decision.


Britney Spears, on the other hand, had recently become engaged, taking the first step towards marriage with her lover Sam Asghari, with whom she had been in love for four years.

The singer posted the moments when Asghari showed off the large stone that he had bought from her on his social media account. Spears told her post, “I can’t believe it!” he had dropped his grade.

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