Britney Spears shares chilling new claims about conservatorship

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Britney Spears has opened up about her 13-year conservatorship and shared startling new claims and details about her experience.

The star, who has spoken openly about her struggles during conservatory where her father Jamie had to make personal, business and financial decisions for her, said she felt compelled to share her experiences so others know they are not alone . Britney’s guardianship ended last year.

In her new audio message, uploaded to YouTube, Britney claimed that a Swat team visited her home when her conservatorship began and that she was held on a stretcher in an ambulance. She claimed she was forced into a facility during her Britney: Live In Concert tour, and even in her own home, people would watch as she changed and showered.

Britney began her video by saying that her conservatorship began when she was about 25 years old.

Explaining that she didn’t know what she had done to justify the guardianship, Britney continued: “I literally spoke to a doctor in a British accent to get me prescribed my medication and three days later there was a swat team at my house, three helicopters. ‘

She also claimed that early in her conservatorship, she was held on a stretcher in an ambulance.

“There were no drugs in my system, no alcohol, nothing,” she said, claiming that the conservatorship was “premeditated.”

Britney Spears

Britney’s conservatory ended last year (Image: Chelsea Guglielmino/Getty Images)

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Britney shares her experience with fans (Image: Britney Spears Instagram)

“I just remember I had to do what I was told,” Britney continued, opening up about her life working on her album Circus shortly after the conversation started.

“I was told every day I was fat, I had to go to the gym. I can never remember feeling so demoralized and they made me feel like nothing. I took part because I was scared. I was scared and scared. I didn’t really do anything and I had a swat team – none of that made sense to me.’

“They treated me like I was nothing,” she added.

The singer said she was forced to tour after her Las Vegas residency ended in 2017.

Jamie Spears

Britney claimed her father Jamie controlled everything she did (Image: AFP)

Britney Spears

Britney said she was forced to tour (Image: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

She recalled saying no to a dance move she didn’t like and being allegedly forced into a “facility” the next day.

“I went to one of the rehearsals and said no to a dance move … I just remember things got really weird and quiet and the directors and producers went into the back room and just talked to each other,” she said.

‘The next day I was told I needed to be sent to a facility and to say on my Instagram that the reason was my father is ill and I need treatment which I never wanted to go there.’

She claimed her father threatened legal action if she didn’t go, telling her she would lose a lawsuit.

“I stopped believing in God at the time because I didn’t know how they could get 40 people to leave my house during the day and let me work 8-6 nights[ing] Every time I changed, in the shower, no privacy, no door, nothing,” she continued.

“How did they get away with it and what the hell did I do to deserve it? I couldn’t even smoke cigarettes. People on death row can smoke cigarettes.’

Britney went on to say that despite receiving many offers, she felt she didn’t feel like doing a seated interview, and said she wanted to speak on her own terms.

‘How can I fix this if I don’t talk about it?’ she asked before addressing “introverts” like her.

“My life has been far from easy and you are not alone,” she concluded. have reached out to representatives of Jamie Spears for comment.

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