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Britney Spears Sued Her Father | Britney Spears’s Conservatorship, Will It End?

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Britney Spears made her first public statement in a court that was considering her claim to get rid of her family's constant control. The singer admitted that she does not own her life and her finances and that she wants to regain her rights. The date of Britney Spears’s conservatorship hearing is still unknown but the details are shocking.

Spears said that during the compulsory treatment she was prescribed lithium, which made the singer feel drunk. In addition, the guards did not leave her alone, even when she was naked. What's more, she had no right to go somewhere with her boyfriend and see the children. According to the star, the guardians also forced her to insert a device so that she could not have children, and did not allow it to be removed.

Now, Britney does not want to continue the treatment she was prescribed because she considers it disastrous. She was once sent to rehab where she was hurt, and her father even liked it. The singer stated that she was also not allowed to take a break from work, although she repeatedly spoke about fatigue. When Britney said that she simply could not go on stage, the organizers were told that she refused to cooperate, although this was not true. She insists on getting therapy less than three times a week. Maybe Britney Spears’s conservatorship will finally end. 

Fans believed that the singer is held imprisoned by her father who controls not only all her finances but the entire life of the artist. In February, the singer's boyfriend also spoke about her father Jamie. They have been together for four years, but Spears' father is against the development of their relationship and the wedding, and without his permission, Britney has no right to marry

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