Pop star Spears, 39, was under legal guardianship for 13 years after experiencing “mental health problems” that peaked in 2008.
She has been trying for more than a year to regain her independence to control her medical care, and to get rid of the guardianship imposed on her.
Judge Brenda Penny said in a court hearing Friday that “the court finds that guardianship of Britney is no longer required.”
Britney said on her social media accounts, “I love my fans so much. It’s crazy!!! I think I’m going to cry the rest of the day!!!! The most beautiful day ever. Thank God.”
And in recent months, Britney was allowed to hire her own lawyer, as she appointed the famous Hollywood lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, and applied to the court for the accreditation of an accountant under her tutelage, after she filed abuse cases against her father, James Spears.
James denied the allegations, and in late September he appointed a chartered accountant, John Zappell, as interim trustee of Britney’s finances.
In July, Spears announced that she would stop performing live, again criticizing her father’s control of her life.
At the time, Spears expressed her anger in an Instagram post, saying, “I will not present any show on theaters soon, as my father controls what I wear, say, do or think,” according to a previous report by Agence France-Presse.
And she indicated that she would share her dancing videos “from the living room” instead of the stage in Las Vegas, adding: “I decided to stop.”
Spears, who has achieved widespread fame since her teens, suffered a nervous episode in 2007, when the then-shaven-headed star attacked a paparazzi’s car at a gas station.
The following year, a California court placed her under unique legal guardianship, which is largely controlled by her father.
Soon, Spears returned to singing after that, releasing 3 albums and appearing on many TV shows.
But in January 2019, it suddenly announced that it would suspend any performances until further notice.
And last June, the singer appealed to the American judiciary to change her status, saying that she was prevented from having an IUD removed despite her desire to have more children, and that she was forced to take drugs that made her feel “drunk”.
Britney Spears said that she was forced to perform under the threat of a lawsuit, and that she was not allowed any privacy even when changing her clothes and that she was forbidden to drive her car.
She added, “The so-called support system really hurts me. This guardianship killed my dreams…so all I have is hope, and hope is the only thing in this world that is hard to kill…and yet people are still trying.”
Spears enjoys great support from the public, especially from her fans who gather in support of her outside the courtroom, as well as from celebrities including Christina Aguilera and Madonna, and a large support campaign is being held for her through social networks entitled “Free Britney”.
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