For years, Britney Spears quietly lobbied for her freedom to manage her own life and be free from the restrictive conservatorship that shackled her.
Britney is one of the most famous people in the world, a personal brand who we all know. Yet speaking privately and softly for her rights year after year got her nowhere according to reporting by the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/22/arts/music/britney-spears-conservatorship.html
Now, she’s speaking out publicly. She’s speaking loudly, emotionally and specifically about all the freedoms denied to her. Alas, she’s taken back her power.
Britney’s plight and shocking revelations she made in court have captured the attention of the world. It spawned a movement and united people around the battle cry, #Free Britney.
The unfairness of her predicament has galvanized her followers and the public at large. https://www.newyorker.com/news/american-chronicles/britney-spears-conservatorship-nightmare
But Britney’s cause could have impact far beyond her personal story. It could change how conservatorships and guardianships are handled legally in the United States according to media sources.
Based on what we’ve learned from Britney’s situation, it’s time.