Britney Spears Asks Changes to System Controlling her life for Years


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The "Toxic" singer - despite earning millions of dollars in Las Vegas - was only entitled to a $2,000 weekly allowance.
 
Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram



Britney Spears has been quietly pursuing the end of her conservatorship for years, according to court documents obtained by The New York Times.

The pop star expressed her belief that the conservatorship is becoming an oppressive means of suppressing her.

Britney claimed her father, Jamie Spears, manages all aspects of her life, including her social life. Any mistake has hard consequences, according to the singer.


Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram

In 2019, Britney said that she had no choice but to enter a mental health facility against her will. A terrifying moment in her life was when she had to perform while ill with a 104-degree fever.

The "Toxic" singer - despite earning millions of dollars in Las Vegas - was only entitled to a $2,000 weekly allowance.

Her Femme Fatale tour earned Jamie a 2.95 percent commission in 2011. And in 2014, he received 1.5 percent of the gross revenue from her Las Vegas residency, "Piece of Me," which reportedly earned $138 million from nearly 250 shows.



Meanwhile, during the Circus Tour, a babysitter reported that Jamie is verbally abusive and drinks a lot.

As Britney's lawyer addressed the court once again, Samuel D. Ingham III expressed his disappointment in the court's failure to take her concerns seriously.


Photo: Instagram/Britney Spears

Whenever Jamie was the subject of complaints, the court ignored him. In 2016, Britney was protesting against conservatorship following the release of her ninth album "Glory."

As Britney demonstrated all of her accomplishments from the past few years, she showed she was nothing but a normal person.

#FreeBritney


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