Sunday, October 17

Britney Spears wants her legal guardianship lifted. What’s next now?

  • Mark Savage
  • BBC Music Correspondent

Britney Spears

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The star says she wants her legal guardianship to end, but how realistic are her aspirations?

Britney Spears apologized to her fans for “pretending that she was okay” while suffering from what she called “abusive” guardianship.

The pop star declared in court in the United States on Wednesday that she wants the legal guardianship – which controls her personal life and finances – to end after 13 years.

She revealed that this arrangement forces her to use contraception and prevents her from marrying her boyfriend.

Communicating on Instagram, he said that it had not been expressed before by “pride”.

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