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Britney Spears was 'nervous' to break silence on conservatorship battle

Britney Spears was 'nervous' to break silence on conservatorship battle

6/25/2021 3:49:00 AM

Britney Spears was 'nervous' to break silence on conservatorship battle

Chart-topper Britney Spears spoke out against the conservatorship, which has controlled her life since 2007, at a court hearing in Los Angeles this week

As the hitmaker, 39, appeared remotely at Los Angeles' Court this week as she broke her silence on her conservatorship.The responsibility for her finances, and other areas of her life, lie with her father, Jamie Spears, after her mental health breakdown in 2007 under the legal arrangement.

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Britney spoke directly to Superior Judge Brenda Penny about her life under the restrictions of the conservatorship and made several bombshell claims - that included that she's unable to get married and have more children as she's been put on contraception by her 'team' and that she was forced to take a strong mood stabilising drug.

And now, an insider has revealed that it took the Stronger musician a lot of courage to speak to the judge but that she was "grateful" for the opportunity."Britney was very nervous about speaking in front of the judge," a source told People.

"She was also very grateful that she was allowed.""This is her life and she wants big changes," they added.During her testimony, Britney claimed she had zero privacy.Her voice cracked with emotion as she said she was not allowed to have a door on her bedroom and was forced to get changed in front of her minders.

She explained she was forced to take part in an unofficial rehab program in a house in Beverly Hills that was filled with nurses and security guards. Britney claimed she was forced to work seven days a week with no time off, and even compared her ordeal to sex trafficking.

She claimed all her rights were stripped away and she was punished by not being allowed to see her two sons if she ever said no to work.During the hearing, Britney also claimed that she was forced to go on Lithium - a strong mood stabilising drug - after she asked not to go ahead with her second Las Vegas residency.

Fans have long speculated about the reason why Britney has never publicly spoken out about her conservatorship.Some suggested she'd been silenced by her conservators, while others thought she was happy to be a part of it.However, Britney has debunked the myths by revealed she actually felt "embarrassed" by what was happening to her and thought no one would believe her story.

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She told the court: "It's embarrassing and demoralising what I've been through."And that's the main reason I've never said it openly. And mainly I didn't want to say it openly because I honestly don't think anyone would believe me."

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