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  1. this hits different, I feel sad and I just can't accept that Britney has been a prisoner to this for years
  2. they have drugged Britney, it should come as no surprise to you guys by now. Being in a conservatorship, especially with the amount of money at play here and with the doctors help, will allow them to give drugs to the conservatee to be more compliant to be almost like a robot. Have you guys seen" I care a lot"? They could do what they want with you, also if you are the conservator of person, they basically have power over your body, they could manipulate everything, force you to do things you wouldn't want. example: check her inside a psychiatric facility. In short Britney has no basic human rights, despite what they want us to believe.
  3. - This is crazy but I feel like there's some truth to it. Did ya'll guys see the tmz interview Sam had with the paparazzi? that seemed staged as ****. Maybe they want us to believe that sam is on Britney's side, hence the interview and the **** posting Sam did about Jamie. Maybe they want us to believe he's team Brit because he is their insider and they can control Britney through him. - The B-12 shots could be true as well. We all know they've been drugging her, what we don't know is to what extent? They surely do it to make her compliant, but to keep her from having a baby? That's just sad and so cruel.
  4. there should be more conversation about how this movie relates and parallels to Britney's real life situation. I'm surprised not a lot of articles have connected the two together (this movie & the docu).
  5. exactly that's why there should be more conversation about how this movie relates and parallels to Britney's real life situation. I'm surprised not a lot of articles have connected the two together (this movie & the docu).
  6. I Agree with the shift you just said, I was playing Britney music this morning while we were having breakfast then my siblings said " turn the volume up" and they were jamming and head bopping to BOMT. I kept it together but inside I was smiling because with all the years that I've played Britney at home they never said that until now. I made them watch the documentary and they must've felt care for Britney or that she was cool again for some reason.
  7. it so scary to think what goes on behind the scenses. It should come to no surprise that they definitely drugged against her will, to be compliant. I mean look at these pictures. They've been doing it for years now especially around femme fatale era when we first got a taste of robotic Britney. Imagine what they've done to her inside that Psychiatric facility.
  8. It should come to no surprise that they definitely drugged against her will, to be compliant. I mean look at these pictures. They've been doing it for years now especially around femme fatale era when we first got a taste of robotic Britney. Imagine what they've done to her inside that Psychiatric facility.
  9. They nailed it. I just hope there's a lot more articles connecting the movie and the #Freebritney movement. I mean we should really ride on the movies momentum and use that to inform people about what Britney is going through. If people see this movie, which a lot of people had, they would be interested to check in on the whole situation. There are lots of parallels in the movie and what Britney might be going through and has gone through. It's so surreal and scary but it made sense how we saw her become like a "zombie" and the abrupt cancellation of domination, to the paralegal who phoned in on podcast girls and etc.
  10. After watching the movie, it's scary to think what really goes under the scenes. There are lots of scenes that shows how the "caregivers" can easily force drugs into the Conservatee to just make them compliant. It made me think of this picture, when Brintey was just released from the psychiatric facility which she seemed so drugged out of her mind. It's just so sad.
  11. We should take this opportunity that this movie is being talked about right now, and use this to start the conversation about FreeBritney! Jordan should be smart about this and start this narrative so that other media outlets will folow. Something like new netflix movie " I care a lot" shows conservatorship abuse and how it shed's light on Britney Spear's Legal battle and the #FreeBritney movement.
  12. They nailed it. I just hope there's a lot more articles connecting the movie and the #Freebritney movement. I mean we should really ride on the movies momentum and use that to inform people about what Britney is going through. If people see this movie, which a lot of people had, they would be interested to check in on the whole situation. There are lots of parallels in the movie and what Britney might be going through and has gone through. It's so surreal and scary but it made sense how we saw her become like a "zombie" and the abrupt cancellation of domination, to the paralegal who phoned in on podcast girls and etc.
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