American singer Britney Spears lifted, Wednesday, the conclusion of private lessons that since 2008 placed in the hands of her father control of financial assets and aspects of personal life.
The request was made during a hearing in Los Angeles (California), 13 years after starting tutoring that Spears deemed “abusive”.
“This mentorship is doing me more harm than good. I deserve to have a life,” the American singer said, during a long and emotional phone call.
The singer revealed several details about private lessons
Britney Spears has revealed that she wants to marry her current partner Sam Asgari, and be a mother again, but private lessons don’t allow it, adding that Forced to take contraceptives.
“I just want to be able to get my money and for this to be over,” he stressed.
In a speech that lasted more than 20 minutes, the famous pop singer revealed several hitherto unknown details, such as, for example, After being forced to take lithium After the abrupt end of rehearsals, a Las Vegas resident performs in 2019.
About this fact, the artist said that she only doubted the choreography that was being rehearsed.
“I’m not here to be someone’s slave. I can tell I’m not one step away from dancing,” she said.
Fan response: “Free Britney”
During the exhibition, the artist was interrupted only twice, by the judge and the court clerk, who asked her to speak more slowly.
Outside the courtroom, more than 100 fans of the singer belonging to the “FreeBritney” (“Free Britney”) movement carried signs of encouragement.
Since private lessons came into effect 13 years ago, the popular artist has been known for songs like Hit Me Baby One More Time, Toxic, The father controls life, who is the “manager” of Britney’s assets, who at the time was considered psychologically unfit to manage them.
However, the mediation of this process has created a broad debate on the topic of state counseling, a practice that can presuppose the use of a person’s psychological and/or physical state to control all assets and decisions about that person’s life, creating an abusive system.