After her conservatorship ended, Britney Spears smelt the roses in new photos.
Britney Spears has been celebrating the end of her 13-year conservatorship on Instagram, where she has been living her best life.
Spears posted a photo and video of herself wearing a short-sleeved blush-colored top with rose emojis in the captions on Thursday.
Fans were ecstatic to see the singer in such good spirits, clearly relishing the fact that she had regained control of her life.
These tweets came after Spears released a touching video in November.
17 expressing gratitude to her fans for their support of the (hashtag)FreeBritney campaign.
The pop star praised the (hashtag)FreeBritney movement for raising awareness of her situation in her first Instagram video statement since a judge ordered the conservatorship be terminated last Friday.
Britney Spears (@britneyspears) shared a post.
“You guys rock,” said the “Toxic” singer of the (hashtag)FreeBritney movement.
“To be honest, my voice had been muted and threatened for a long time, and I couldn’t speak up or say anything…
In some ways, I believe you guys saved my life.
In 2008, Spears’ conservatorship was established, and her father, Jamie Spears, was given complete control of her estate.
“I’ve been a conservator for the past 13 years.
“That’s a long time to be in a situation you don’t want to be in,” Spears continued in her video, which she described as a “teaser” for a forthcoming tell-all with Oprah.
From having the keys to her car and owning an ATM card to “seeing cash for the first time” and “being able to be independent and feel like a woman,” the “Overprotected” singer continued, it’s the “little things” that make the biggest difference.
Spears went on to say that she hoped her story would “make an impact and change the corrupt system” of conservatorships.
She went on to say, “I’m not here to be a victim.”
“As a child, I spent my entire life surrounded by victims, which is why I left my house and worked for 20 years…
“I’m here to speak up for people who have real disabilities and illnesses.”
Spears’ caption described her conservatorship as “demoralizing and degrading,” adding that her family members, including her “churchgoing mother” Lynne Spears, “should all be in jail” for unmentioned “bad things” they did to her over the years.
“I’m used to keeping the peace in the house for my family, and…
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Britney Spears Smells the Roses in Latest Photos Following End of Conservatorship
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