Britney Spears under guardianship: the singer would suffer from dementia

According to Britney Spears’ father, the reasons for guarding his daughter are simple: she suffers from dementia. Indeed, this is what would be written on a judicial document which the Mirror echoes. Thus, to avoid any major problem, Jamie Spears, the father of the famous singer, would manage his life and his finances for 12 years. Only, 39 years old, Britney Spears would like to take back control of her life. She asked, Tuesday April 27, 2021, via her lawyer, to speak in court in Los Angeles. It will therefore be heard by the courts on June 23. “Britney wants to go to court directly,” lawyer for ex-pop star Samuel Ingham said during the hearing, without giving further details.

Since 2008, and his long descent into hell which had been much publicized, the interpreter of Toxic lives under the strict terms of a legal agreement decided in 2008 by a court in California. As a reminder, it was during this period that she lost custody of her children and was seen having her head shaved. Only, for many relatives of Britney Spears, she would not suffer from dementia. “I have no way of knowing if they are legitimate, but it seems to be related to the guardianship,” said journalist Mobeen Azhar.

Britney Spears says she’s not perfect

For the latter, if the singer does not suffer from dementia, it is terrifying to be able to imagine that his guardianship uses this excuse in order to have control over his life and his fortune. If Britney Spears ensures that she is not perfect, she is doing her best today to protect herself and keep only the positive around her. “I’m not here to be perfect, perfection is boring. I’m here to share kindness.”

Britney Spears © Backgrid USA

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