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Britney Spears in tears as she celebrates the end of her conservatorship

Britney Spears celebrated the end of her controversial conservatorship on Friday, which has controlled her life since 2008.

The singer’s conservatorship was officially terminated by Judge Brenda Penny without the need for a psychiatric evaluation, which Britney requested during her bombshell court testimony earlier this year.

After the judge delivered her ruling, the 39-year-old shared an incredible video of her fans celebrating outside the courthouse in Los Angeles.

She captioned the post: “Good God I love my fans so much it’s crazy!!! I think I’m gonna cry the rest of the day!!!!”

“Best day ever … praise the Lord … can I get an Amen #FreedBritney.”

Irish pop twins Jedward were among fans outside the Los Angeles courthouse on Friday, and the pair posted multiple photos and videos from the celebrations online.

While Judge Brenda Penny effectively terminated Britney’s 13-year long conservatorship, an accountant serving as her temporary conservator will retain some powers.

Public accountant John Zabel, who was appointed her temporary conservator in September, will be able to transfer assets to Britney’s estate and execute “supplemental” decisions on its behalf.

Britney’s conservatorship has been terminated two months after her father, Jamie Spears, was forced to step down as her conservator.

The pop singer filed a petition to replace her father Jamie as the conservator of her estate in July.

Britney and her father | Instagram

According to court documents obtained by E! News, Britney’s estate is worth $57.4 million – which includes $2.7 million in cash assets, and $54.7 million in non-cash assets.

The 39-year-old was placed under a conservatorship after she suffered an alleged breakdown in 2008.

A conservatorship is granted to those who are incapable of making decisions, such as people with mental disabilities.

The arrangement put her estate, financial assets, and some personal assets under the control of her father Jamie, and lawyer Andrew Wallet – who later resigned from the role.

The pop star’s conservatorship has been under review since 2019 after she accused her father of forcing her to enter a mental health facility.

After her conservatorship was terminated on Friday, Britney’s lawyer Matthew Rosengart said he would continue investigating “certain claims” against her father.

Speaking to The Sun outside court, he said: “If Britney wants, we will absolutely continue pursuing active investigations into certain claims against Mr. Spears.”

“It’s telling he still will not back down. I look forward to Mr. Spears’ deposition and pursuing that further.”

Mr Rosengart then praised Britney’s fans for the support they’ve shown her throughout her conservatorship battle.

“Britney absolutely knows that without her fans, this day would not be here,” he said.

“Britney’s impact has showcased all around the world and because of her, people in conservatorships from New York to California who are abused by conservators like Jamie Spears will have a spotlight shined down on them.”

“She credits her fans for her freedom and is eternally grateful.”

“Today was an emotional day that was a long time coming and with all due respect, if you would excuse me I now have a very important and exciting phone call to make to my client,” he added.


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