Britney Spears is currently struggling for her life.
She recently went to court to reclaim her life, but it appears that the courts will not be fast to help her.
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For years, she’s been under a “conservatorship,” and her life no longer belongs to her.
Spears said in court that she is forced to wear an IUD to prevent pregnancy, that she is compelled to work, and that she is instructed what she can and cannot say.
The audio from her hearing is as follows:
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Isn’t this more akin to a slave situation? How has this been allowed to continue?
There is, however, some positive news on the horizon…
While Britney seeks to get the conservatorship lifted, a group of Republican Congressmen has urged her to testify before Congress about the hazards of conservatorships and to assist lawmakers in enacting new legislation to prevent others from suffering through what she has.
A group of Republican House members urged Britney Spears to speak to Congress on Wednesday, claiming that her conservatorship struggle might impact policy and give “hope to millions,” according to the New York Post.
Reps. Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Burgess Owens, and Andy Biggs signed the letter, which underlined Spears’ conservators’ “clear financial, emotional, and psychological abuse” and stated her testimony might “advance social, political, and criminal justice reform.”
“Ms. Spears, the American court system has treated you unfairly. We wish to assist. Your story should be told in Congress, and it should spur bipartisan action. The letter stated, “What happened to you should never happen to another American.”
“Your tale is so compelling, and the public’s admiration for your accomplishments is so high, you (and probably only you) have the capacity to blow that door wide open, giving millions of people hope.”