Britney also noted that for many years she could not remix her songs and use her new music in performances.
“So I’m leaving,” she said, adding that 13 years of her father’s guardianship “ruined her dreams.”
On June 24, Britney Spears appeared in court for the first time in two years and demanded that her father’s custody of her, which has lasted for 13 years, be canceled. Spears said that as part of the guardianship agreement, she was pressured to perform in Las Vegas in 2018. After that, Spears announced a sabbatical, and they began to give her lithium against her will.
“I felt drunk and couldn’t talk to my mom or dad about anything. They had six different nurses who came to my house to watch me while I was taking this medicine, ”the singer said in court.
Spears also noted that she wants to start a family with her partner Sam Asgari, however, the people who control her life do not allow her to get married and have a child. According to the singer, there is an intrauterine device inside her, which does not allow her to become pregnant, but the “team of guardians” does not allow her to see a doctor to remove it.
“I’m traumatized. I am unhappy and cannot sleep. This guardianship does me much more harm than good. I deserve a break of two or three years, ”said the singer in court.
On July 1, a Los Angeles court rejected the petition and refused to remove Britney Spears from the custody of her father, James.
The singer’s father James Spears and lawyer Andrew Wallett received temporary custody of Spears in 2008 after she was hospitalized in a psychiatric hospital due to alcohol and drug problems, which appeared against the background of the singer’s divorce from her husband Kevin Federline. The guardianship was subsequently extended indefinitely. Currently, James Spears carries out custody of his daughter together with lawyer Samuel Ingham.
Guardianship assumes complete control over the singer’s life. Britney Spears’ father controls his daughter’s property, which is estimated at $ 60 million, as well as Spears’s personal affairs, including issues of treatment, safety and career.