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Britney Spears Revealed She’ll Cry After 13-Year Conservatorship Come to an End: ‘It’s the Best Day Ever,

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Britney Spears Updates: Britney Spears was overcome with emotion when she reacted to the news that her conservatorship was finally lifted, describing November 12 as “the best day ever.”

Britney Spears, 39, was overcome with emotion after her conservatorship was ended and taken to Instagram. “Good God, I love my fans so much it’s ridiculous!!” she said over a video of screaming and applauding admirers outside a courtroom in Los Angeles.

During the joyful moment, pink confetti swirled through the air, and “Free Britney” was waved. “I’m very sure I’m going to cry for the rest of the day!!!!” The best day of my life… praise the Lord… Can I get a standing ovation? She ended her short caption with #FreedBritney and added prayer, sun, and hands-up emojis.

Brit wore a bright yellow bondage-style garment in another photo, staring into the camera. “I can’t believe what I’m hearing!!!!” She captioned the second Instagram image, “Again… nicest day ever!!!!”

The blonde brushed her hands across her characteristic blonde hair as she lifted them up to her ears, revealing a bracelet stack on her left wrist. She completed her look with a gold leaf necklace.

Judge Brenda J. Penny of Los Angeles County Superior Court took the legal decision to discontinue the conservatorship of both her estate and person on Friday, Nov. 12. Penny stated, “The conservatorship of Britney Jean Spears’ person and the estate is no longer required…is hereby terminated,” adding that the ruling is “effective today.” Britney’s request to be exempt from the evaluation was also granted Penny said, “The court decides that there was a consensual conservatorship in this case, and no capacity statement is required.”

How Britney Spears and Fiancé Sam Asghari Reacted to Conservatorship?

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Britney‘s 27-year-old fiancé, Sam Asghari, reacted to the joyous news as well. “Today, history was written. “Britney is Free!” he captioned an image of the word “FREEDOM” on Instagram.

Britney has fought tirelessly for the last 13 years against the legal arrangement that has ruled her life. Jamie Spears, Britney’s father, was appointed conservator of her estate in 2008 but stepped down in August after Britney’s back-to-back court appearances and legal petitions.

The trust was subsequently taken over by certified public accountant John Zabel, who will continue onboard to monitor the transfer of assets and other trust-related activities.

Britney tried to employ her own lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, who was appointed over Sam Ingham in July 2021, as one of her numerous requests. Following Judge Penny’s decision, Rosengart spoke to the reporters outside. “Judge Penny decided to agree with Britney Spears, and the conservatorship has been dissolved as both her person and estate as of today, effectively immediately,” he told the gathering.

Britney has gone to court twice to present her case, alleging that her father “forced” her to work, that she was denied basic freedoms and grooming, and that she was unable to remove an IUD in order to have additional children.