Britney Spears (Archive): Celebrate the birthday for two months
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She just had to write that now.
The fans have probably been waiting for these words for a long time anyway – a reaction from Britney Spears about the first days after the end of years of guardianship.
The first weekend was incredible.
“I felt like I was on cloud nine the whole time,” wrote the singer on Instagram on Monday.
“I drank my first glass of champagne last night in the most beautiful restaurant I’ve ever seen!” She received more than 890,000 likes for the post.
Judge Brenda Penny had decided on Friday: After 13 years under guardianship, Britney Spears will get her freedom back.
Afterwards, the lawyer’s vote was extensively celebrated by some prominent supporters and the 39-year-old pop singer’s family.
She wants to celebrate her freedom and her birthday on December 2nd for the next two months.
She had waited long enough for this, wrote the 39-year-old.
Spears also thanked her attorney Mathew Rosengart, who “turned her life inside out,” and the fans who celebrated her victory with her.
Spears’ fiancé, Sam Asghari, posted “Freedom” on Instagram following the decision to end guardianship.
“History was made today.
Britney is free! «.
The pop star’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, spoke of a “monumental day” after the hearing in front of the courthouse.
From now on Spears is a free and independent woman who can determine her own life.
It was now Britney’s decision how to proceed.
At the end of September, the judge had already deposed Spears’ father as the singer’s guardian and appointed a replacement.
But this was only a partial victory, because the guardianship initially remained in force.
69-year-old Jamie Spears has been the guardian of his daughter since 2008 after the singer collapsed mentally due to personal and professional problems.
The New York Times, among others, documented that Spears had been under massive surveillance for years under her father’s tutelage.
A listening device had been installed in her bedroom and data on her cell phone had been copied, according to the documentary “Controlling Britney Spears”, citing material that had been made available by a former employee of a security company.
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