Britney Spears described the termination of a legal system that governs many aspects of her life for 13 years as “the best day ever.”
“I think I’m going to cry,” she told her 35 million Instagram followers.
A judge in Los Angeles on Friday terminated a conservation work initiated by the artist’s 39-year-old father in 2008 immediately.
Fans had gathered outside the LA court to support Britney Spears , who described the arrests as harassment.
Britney Spears father Jamie previously. Said it was “important”, but admitted it was time for him to “regain control of his life”.
“Her health was deteriorating and she was suffering physically.Emotionally, mentally and financially,” attorneys Jamie Spears said in earlier court appearances.
The Conservarship had power over Britney Spears finances. And career decisions as well as major personal issues. Such as his visit with his teenage sons and whether he could remarry.
On Friday. Los Angeles County High Court Judge Brenda Penny upheld the artist’s application for dismissal. Which was not opposed by any of the parties involved.
As part of the decision. Judge Penny said the accountant acting as interim accountant should be able to resolve ongoing financial problems.
Speaking to the crowd outside the court, Britney Spears attorney Matthew Rosengart praised the singer’s “courage” during the trial.
He said he was proud to “illuminate nature reserves from California to New York”. And that because of his testimony. A new law had been passed “to try to ensure that conservation like this … does not happen again.”
Friends were also happy to follow the decision. Celebrity and businessman Paris Hilton wrote on Twitter that. “it has been so long”, adding: “Your best days are yet to come!”
On Monday, the Baby One More Time. And Toxic singer wrote on Instagram that she had never prayed for anything in my life.
“I know I’ve said some things on my Insta out of anger and I’m sorry but I’m just a person … and I believe you would feel the same way if you were me!”
When he appeared in court in June, the star asked the judge to end the “harassment” program and said he was “traumatized”.
Speaking to a remote court, Britney Spears said she had been drugged, forced to commit suicide and had many children.
His testimony led to his father agreeing to withdraw.
Conservatorship is used for people who are unable to make their own decisions and was suspended due to concerns about his mental health.