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Britney Spears is defending herself against network comments – and no longer wants to perform live

Singer Britney Spears has spoken out clearly against critical comments on Instagram. There the American singer, who is currently fighting in court to end her father’s years of guardianship, recently posted some videos of her dancing steps from her living room at home.

“For those of you who choose to criticize my dance videos…the thing is, I won’t perform on any stage in the near future — with my parents determining what I wear, say, do or think,” Spears wrote on Saturday. . People might consider themselves lucky that she was posting anything at all.

The 39-year-old (“Baby One More Time”) has been under guardianship since 2008 after she collapsed mentally due to professional and personal problems. Recently, according to the American media, she announced that she wants to sue her father for the abuse of guardianship. She was threatened and was very afraid of him.

She confirmed her declaration that she would no longer perform with the words: “I will abandon her!” However, the 39-year-old added that this applies for the “foreseeable future”.

Spears accuses her father, among other things, of forcing her to perform. She also enters into her own life, so she was prevented from having an IUD removed, even though she wanted more children. They also forced her to take medication.

“The so-called support system hurt me,” the singer wrote on Instagram. Guardianship ruined their dreams. She also complained about several documentaries that track the pop star’s legal disability. “I didn’t like the way documentaries capture humiliating moments from the past,” Spears said.

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The documentary “Framing Britney Spears” sparked public interest in the guardianship dispute. Using the hashtag #FreeBritney, Spears fans are calling for an end to their father’s guardianship.

Spears can choose his own defense attorney

After a series of public breakups for the former teen star, Jamie Spears took custody of his daughter in 2008. Since then, he’s been regulating their legal and financial affairs. Under his tutelage, Spears quickly returned to the stage, released three albums, and also participated in an all-time show in Las Vegas. In January 2019, she canceled all appearances.

On Wednesday, a Los Angeles court allowed the 39-year-old to appoint her defense attorney for the first time. Spears will be represented in the proceedings by Matthew Rosengart, who has already worked as a lawyer for Hollywood stars such as Sean Penn and Steven Spielberg.

With songs like “Baby One More Time”, “Oops!…I Did It Again” and “Toxic” Britney Spears was the world’s highest-paid singer in the early 2000s. After that, she accumulated her professional and private setbacks. In 2008, a mother of two was forcibly admitted to a clinic due to mental health problems.