Britney Spears Updates: Britney Spears is coming to terms with the fact that her conservatorship is coming to an end. While she has “waited so long to be free,” the singer is concerned about how her life will be once the 13-year conservatorship is lifted Spears is concerned about making a mistake and being harassed even more by the paparazzi, whom she claims to want her to “do something crazy.”
“I’ll just be honest and say that I’ve waited so long to be free of this situation… And now that it’s here, I’m afraid to do anything for fear of making a mistake “Spears got things started. “For so many years, I was told that if I succeeded at something, it might end… and it never did!”
The “Sometimes” singer expressed her delight at the prospect of the conservatorship being terminated. She did, however, mention that now that the end appears to be approaching, there are a lot of things that scare her.
“When I drive home, the paps run through the trees and onto the road, and it’s creepy!!!! And I have to pass an elementary school… The kids are important… but so am I “She went on to say that she dislikes it when they jump out and scare her.
“It’s as if they want me to do something insane. So, as I previously stated, I’m afraid of doing something wrong… so I won’t be posting as frequently… which is a shame in a world where it’s our liberty to be free.”
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Spears claimed that the paparazzi frenzy began four months ago when she received the keys to her car for the first time. She stated that she hasn’t done “anything” to deserve to be treated the way she has for the past 13 years.
Meanwhile, Spears has decided to start celebrating Christmas early, “because why not ” She went on to say that “any reason to find more joy in life is a good idea,” because she’s “been through it in the past.”
Her father, Jamie Spears, was removed as conservator of her estate last month. In the meantime, until her conservatorship petition is heard on November 12, a temporary replacement has been appointed.
Mathew Rosengart, the pop star’s attorney, told ET that she was “happy” with the decision.
“I think you can assume she’s very happy,” he said, adding that “the goal” is to get Spears out of conservatorship by her 40th birthday on December 2.
Jamie issued a statement through his attorney, Vivian L. Thoreen, in which he stated, in part, “Mr. Spears adores his daughter Britney without reservation. For the past 13 years, he has tried to do what is best for her, whether as a conservator or as her father.”
Earlier this month, the “Stronger” singer, who is engaged to Sam Asghari, stated that while there are reasons to rejoice, she still has “a lot of healing to do.”
“Thankfully, I have a great support system and am learning that it’s okay to slow down and breathe,” she wrote alongside a photo of a large tree peeking out through a skylight. “Only through self-love am I able to pray… love… and support others in return!!!!”
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