Britney Spears has expressed her heartfelt thanks to the #FreeBritney movement who loyally lended their support in her long drawn out court dramas that finally culminated in ‘freeing’ her after her conservatorship win.
“FreeBritney movement.. I have no word…because of you guys and your constant resilience in freeing me from my conservatorship.. my life is now in that direction!!!!!” she tweeted on Monday.
“I cried last night for two hours cause my fans are the best and I know it…”
And in a further tweet: “I feel your hearts and you feel mine. That much I know is true Revolving hearts!!!!!”
On Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny suspended her father, James P. Spears as conservator of her estate.
Hundreds of “FreeBritney supporters gathered outside the Stanley Mosk Courthouse and showed their unending support for the pop idol.
They chanted for Judge Penny to “do the right thing” in freeing Spears from the thumb of her fathers control “now.”
Britney had accused her father of “conservatorship abuse.”
She states that the restrictions she had to endure under the conservatorship included not being able to get married as well as not allowing her to remove her contraception device.
The judge heard arguments from both lawyers representing Britney and Jamie Spears.
Mathew Rosengart who represented Britney stated that she “wants, needs and deserves an orderly transition” he also said that she “has been abused by this man for the last decade and since her childhood.”
“Britney Spears testified under oath about James Spears cruelty and toxic presence in her life,” Rosengart said to the Judge.
“There’s a mountain of evidence mandating his suspension.”
Spear’s attorney Vivian L. Thoreen countered on Thursday that; “Mr Spears loves his daughter Britney unconditionally. For thirteen years, he has tried to do what is in her best interests, whether as a conservator or her father.”
Britney has been in a conservatorship since 2008 when she suffered a mental health crisis.
The #FreeBritney movement questioned whether the singer was being taken advantage of through what was supposedly to have been a temporary arrangement.