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  1. Hey Exhale, I recently had an interview with the amazing Sandra Song for Paper Magazine regarding the #FreeBritney movement. I'd love for you guys to check the full article out. 🙏 I'll copy + paste my quotes below for you as well. I hope I made you guys proud and that I articulated things in a way that shines a positive light on this ongoing situation. Let me know what you think. 🙏
  2. Photographer Ellen von Unwerth, the genius behind Britney's Blackout photoshoot, among many other iconic ones from every celebrity under the sun, re-posted a fan-edit with the hashtag #FreeBritney on it. It was a take on Madonna's American Life cover. Can we assume if she didn't support the #FreeBritney movement, she never would've posted this? Blackout 2 confirmed. Update: She posted about #FreeBritney again.
  3. Britney Spears wants a trust company of her and her legal advocate's choosing to handle her estate and replace her father Jamie as financial conservator. Mr. Spears is fighting this tooth and nail. He's attempting to insert Britney's former financial conservator, Andrew Wallet, back into play. Wallet mysteriously resigned last year after receiving a substantial raise in pay. According to new court docs, Mr. Spears confirms he does not want to change the structure of the conservatorship. Meaning, he wants to remain as Britney's financial conservator and not be replaced by the trust company that Britney wants. Just to double down: Britney does not want her father managing her money. The court docs state: "The cost of the Conservatorship of the Person alone, including medical, professional and other related costs, frequently exceeds $70,000 a month." Keep in mind, Britney is paying for this out of her own pocket. The docs also state Tri-Star wants to remain in control. Tri-Star is currently connected to Britney's business dealings. Britney's current business manager (not by choice) is a woman made Lou Taylor. She is strongly disliked in the Britney fandom because fans believe she is the mastermind pulling the strings, and Mr. Spears is the puppet. From the docs: "For the last ten years, Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment ("Tri Star") has been and continues to be an essential part of the team, including entertainment counsel, her manager, and publicity personnel." It continues: "The business manager Tri-Star has confirmed its confidence in Stonebridge." Fans suspect Stonebridge is mis-managing Britney's money and has close ties to Tri-Star. This would mean Britney's estate would be in the hands of people she is actively fighting against. The docs continue: "Additionally, several of [Britney's] Instagram posts have resulted in a general public alarm, and of course, Mr. Spears is deeply concerned." Related:
  4. This Billboard article made a timeline on how #FreeBritney started, it's progress, how far it went, and why it's still going on loud and strong. Here's what they said about BreatheHeavy: Congrats, @Jordan Miller!
  5. Britney Spears’ desire to expand her family is the driving force behind efforts to remove her father from her conservatorship. A close friend told The Sun: “Britney wants to have a bigger family and currently her set-up is not aligned for that in the way she wants.” “She always hoped to have a brood of kids and she wants to get in a place to independently start a new family.” “That goal for Britney is one of the driving factors in her efforts to change the set-up of the conservatorship. She wants more independence over her life decisions.” Sources say that Jamie wants his daughter to continue with her music and career, while she wants time away from the limelight. Pals claim that Britney would “love to have a couple of babies running around again” now that her sons Sean Preston and Jayden James are teenagers.” The source added: “Jamie and his daughter have endured times in their lives where they butted heads over different things.” Father Jamie banks close to $130,000 per year plus expenses to care for his daughter and oversee her $55 million dollar fortune. Full article: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/12482095/britney-spears-dad-conservatorship-more-children/amp/
  6. Filed by counsel for Jamie Spears. Samuel Ingham is the current COA, and his recommendation will likely be the one that Judge Penny approves. Wallet is NOT Britney's lawyer, Sam Ingham's, recommendation. Britney will reportedly attend the next court hearing. 09/16/2020 at 9:30 AM in Probate Department 4 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Appointment Hearing - Conservator 09/16/2020 at 9:30 AM in Probate Department 4 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Motion Hearing
  7. yesterday a very strange account commented on some posts on @freebritneyla, which consisted on how crazy we are and how we are spreading negativity with the movement the curious thing is the way this person writes is basically identical as “britney's” for example: the three emojis, the flower 🌸 emoji, etc. i went to check this account and i found out they are posting stories ab britney’s posts, secret messages, very small size photos which are obviously hard to see and more... which is pretty contradictory of what they were commenting on free britney’s posts. people say is either britney or lou, but, if it’s lou then why would they post things “supporting” the movement? i don’t know how to post instagram accounts here so you’ll have to search for it but i promise they are weird af ps: the post where this account commented is on @freebritneyla post called “tri star protest”, you’ll found the comment above of everything.
  8. Britney Spears reportedly spent over $1,000,000 of her own money paying the lawyers handling her conservatorships, The Blast reports. Mind you, Britney has remained adamant about not wanting to be in a conservatorship since day one. Her brother recently confirmed so as well, saying "she's always wanted to get out of it." She's paying people to keep her in something she does not want to be in... let that sink in. A new filing highlights how much Britney's assets are worth, how her stocks did and the expenses of her private and professional conservatorships. The financial records say Britney spent a total of $1,202,503.30 on attorney fees and services in 2019. $400,000 of that were designated for "conservatee fees" charged by her own attorney, Sam Ingham. Another $346,000 was "conservator fees" charged by the attorneys working on the conservatorship. Britney's former co-conservator, Andrew Wallet, who abruptly quit last year after receiving a pay-raise, was paid $27,000. Britney's father Jamie took home $128,000. It's worth mentioning Mr. Spears lives full-time in Louisiana while Britney lives in Los Angeles. Related:
  9. Britney's older brother Bryan Spears gave an interview about Britney. In it, he touches on the conservatorship and the #FreeBritney movement. Bryan gave the interview from mom Lynne's Kentwood estate, Serenity. The full thing is out now. I don't know what to think. On the #FreeBritney movement: "I am aware of it. Just to see that kind of interest in people and our fans and in society... to care that much about her and everyone in this family... we truly appreciate it. It means a lot." What does #FreeBritney mean? "That I don't quite know what their meaning is. I don't follow it that well. I am aware that they feel like maybe she's being confined or held against her will in some capacity. I can't speak for them." "The women in this family are very very strong-minded and have their own opinion and they want to do what they want to do. As much as I admire that, as a guy, one of two guys in this entire family, it kind of sucks." On the conservatorship: "She's been in this thing for quite some time now. Obviously there was a need for it in the beginning, I assume everyone knows - the issues that were going on - they've made some changes. All we can do is hope for the best." "I think we got caught by surprise by it all. It's been a great thing for our family up until this point. We're hoping for the best." Bryan adds he's not sure how the conservatorship was initiated. It's very clear it was enacted by dad Jamie. How does Britney feel about it? "In the beginning it was hard. Any time you're going through struggles and having to make big adjustments... that is very difficult. What I think kind of got us all through it... all of us have been pretty close all these years, normal fights... nothing ever major... we kind of came together, and not everybody agreed with it. Everybody had their own opinion. But in the end I think we made the right choice. But how it proceeds from here... I don't know." "In general, I think [Jamie] has done the best he could given the situation he was put in." "As you know, with any family, one person might be on stage and doing this, but it's a sacrifice from everybody. Everybody's putting in, to some degree, a little bit to keep it going." Does Britney want the conservatorship to end? "I'm assuming... I can't speak for that... There's so much false press out there. I would assume like anybody would want to get out of the situation. Who wouldn't?" Do you talk to Britney? "We speak constantly. She's always wanted to get out of it. It's very frustrating to have... whether someone's coming in peace to help or they're coming in with an attitude. Having someone constantly tell you to do something has gotta be frustrating. So yeah, she's wanted to get out of it for quite some time." "I know what she wants, at the end of the day what is the reality of that?" Watch the full thing below:
  10. So guys I was wonder about Lynne's lawyers as now it is refered that she has her own legal team. So here you are all information I found! Gladstone N. Jones, III: Gladstone N. Jones, III, is the founding member and business manager of Jones, Swanson, Huddell & Garrison, LLC. He has served as lead counsel in litigation pending in New York, Florida, California, Mississippi, and Louisiana. In 2007, Jones was named one of the top 500 litigators in the United States. His practice focus is divided between complex commercial business disputes and toxic tort and environmental pollution matters involving landowners in the oil and gas industry. He has built a reputation in the legal community as a successful litigator and aggressive advocate. Because of his impressive background and reputation, Jones was approached by the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority – East to represent it in coastal land loss litigation that was ultimately filed in July of 2013 against ninety-seven oil and gas companies. Jones has been active in the Louisiana Association of Justice, has been an adjunct professor at Tulane University Law School in Toxic Torts, and is a regular speaker at various continuing legal education seminars. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Xavier University, a private historically black college in New Orleans. Jones graduated from Tulane Law School in 1992 after completing his undergraduate degree at Mississippi State University in 1987. He and his wife, Amanda, reside in New York City with their high school–age daughter. Gladstone N. Jones, III (“Glad”) is Jones Swanson’s founding member. In 25 years of practice, Glad has litigated both environmental and commercial cases in New York, Florida, California, Mississippi and Louisiana. He has garnered numerous honors for his work. Glad’s first major case, Friloux v. Exxon Corporation and Campbell Wells Corporation, in 1997, prompted changes in Louisiana’s rules concerning the handling and disposal of oilfield waste. Another one of his cases, Doré Energy v. Carter-Langham et al., resulted in what was then the largest land restoration judgment in Louisiana history—$57 million. In 2010, Glad was lead counsel on Active Solutions et al. v. Dell, Inc., et al., which not only resulted in a verdict against the technology giant Dell, but also set the stage for the later criminal conviction of then-New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. In 2013, the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority–East hired Glad to bring a case against nearly 100 oil, gas and pipeline companies in what The New York Times called “the most ambitious environmental lawsuit ever.” The SLFPA–E case prompted private landowners throughout South Louisiana to bring their own land-loss cases, and Glad represents several of those plaintiffs today. In New Orleans, Glad serves on the boards of Xavier University and Stirling Properties. In New York City, he serves on the board of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. He seems for me like a big fish lawyer maybe not so related to family law but in this high profile case his experience with big cases can be so useful and I think this is this lawyer Lynne got from Louisiana's governor with his and his wife help. Yasha Bronshteyn Yasha Bronshteyn has each been named by their peers for inclusion in the 2016-2020 Super Lawyers list. Each year, only five percent of lawyers throughout California are named by the research team to be a 'Super Lawyer'. Yasha Bronshteyn was recognized as 'Top Rated Estate & Trust Litigation Attorneys in Southern California.' Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a rating of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Also, Recognized by US News Best Lawyers®. With decades of litigation experience Mr. Bronshteyn's practice focuses on complex estate and trust litigation, probate and trust administration, conservatorships, will contests, inter-generational family controversies, and complex family law matters. Mr. Bronshteyn is actively engaged in the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), as a member of the Executive Committee of the LACBA Trust & Estates Section. Representative Cases Defended owner of National Basketball Association in Probate Trial after spouse filed Petition for Approval of Team Sale without consent under Trust Provisions related to incompetence. Represented beneficiary in 9 day trial concerning issues such as Lack of Capacity, Undue Influence, Quiet Title, Independent Review, and Gifts to Caregivers. Represented Personal Representative at Trial based on Petition for Order Directing Conveyance of Property to Estate, Request for Double Damages and Punitive Damages. Represented sibling at trial on a highly contested conservatorship proceeding, with multiple competing petitioners. Represented co-conservators at trial on an accounting in contested conservatorship proceeding. Represented Conservator of the Person and Estate at trial. Conservator's theories of recovery were based on conversion of conservatee's real property, Elder abuse, and the power of the court to adjudicate an estate's claims against persons charged with embezzling, concealing, or otherwise wrongfully taking or retaining property belong to the estate. (Probate Code §850(a)(2)(D) & Probate Code §859). Represented spouse with complex dissolution given entertainment industry issues. A legal issue can affect everyone in the family - something that Yasha Bronshteyn knows well. As an attorney at Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, APC, he works with clients in Los Angeles County and across the state of California. Through his family law practice, Mr. Bronshteyn handles cases that involve child and spousal support, paternity, child custody and visitation, divorce and high net worth divorce, prenuptial agreements and the division of marital assets, and domestic violence restraining orders. He also represents clients in dispute resolution, real estate transactions, and estate planning and elder law issues such as the following: funding, incapacity, irrevocable trusts, elder abuse, conservatorships, guardianships, probate, litigation and administration. Chaired or second–chaired numerous contentious conservatorship trials and financial elder abuse, beneficiary disputes and disputes regarding the validity of wills and trusts and undue influence. Part of litigation and research team for the contentious billion dollar Sterling vs. Sterling Probate Matter in 2014. Extensive research and writing experience including but not limited to briefs, motions and other discovery practice. Extensive deposition experience both taking and defending. Also, handle mid- sized estate planning matters. Mr. Bronshteyn is able to work with clients to find the most effective solution for everyone in the family. While he is keen on protecting someone’s rights, he also understands the short- and long-term effects that these cases can have. He has the ability to look ahead and develop a plan that will best serve someone’s future. For his adherence to legal ethics and superior legal skills, Mr. Bronshteyn holds the highest peer rating possible of AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell. Specialize in litigation involving conservatorships, trusts, estates, financial elder abuse, and guardianships. Litigation experience in all aspects of trust and estate litigation and conservatorships from filing petitions, discovery, mediation, evidentiary hearings and appeals. Extensive probate and trust administration experience including subtrust funding, creditor’s claims, accountings, petitions confirming assets of the estate and/or trust. “AV” rating by peers - deemed to have very high professional ethics and preeminent legal ability. Only lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability receive a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating. Chaired or second–chaired numerous contentious conservatorship trials and financial elder abuse, beneficiary disputes and disputes regarding the validity of wills and trusts and undue influence. Part of litigation and research team for the contentious billion dollar Sterling vs. Sterling Probate Matter in 2014. Extensive research and writing experience including but not limited to briefs, motions and other discovery practice. Extensive deposition experience both taking and defending. Also, handle mid- sized estate planning matters. Serve on the Probate Volunteer Panel of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Serve on panel as Court Appointed Counsel for Probate Department of the San Diego Superior Court. Licensed to practice law in all Courts of the State of California, the Federal Court for the Central District of California, the Federal Court Eastern District of California, the Federal Court Northern District of California, and the Federal Court Southern District of California. He seem a bit less high profile lawyer but with a great experience in family and conservatorship laws. This is 100% someone who is needed in Britney's case. In total it seems Lynne got big fishes to fight conservatorship and both lawyers fill each other perfectly if one lacks in some things second fills. And I am sure they are not cheap to hire... Go Lynne!
  11. TMZ posted a pro-conservatorship story today. In it, they claim that the permanent conservatorships Britney Spears was involuntarily placed under, the ones she tried fighting to get out of, are responsible for keeping her alive. Here's a copy + paste snippet of what they wrote: "Here's the reality. We've reported for the last 2 years ... Britney is struggling. Her meds stopped working and doctors were having trouble finding the right combination. Sources with direct knowledge tell us she's not been easy to deal with ... she sometimes complains she wants more freedom. Short story -- she hasn't been especially stable managing her mental illness." They also claim Britney doesn't see her kids as much because of her mental state. TMZ had this to say: "The conservatorship has been around for 12 years -- an incredibly unusual amount of time for a conservatorship to last, but this one's different." They add: "Our sources have said for years ... Britney's mental illness requires this conservatorship -- probably for life." TMZ denies Britney's father, Jamie Spears, who acts as the conservator over Britney's finances, is abusing his power. "There is a slew of people involved in the conservatorship -- doctors, lawyers, therapists and a judge. There is no way Jamie could go rogue without one of the others taking it to the judge." Finally, they claim a source close to Britney said this: "These people who are screaming for the conservatorship to end, well if that happened and she hurt herself or died 2 weeks after would these people utter a peep? No way."
  12. The energy behind the #FreeBritney movement is at an all-time high. Millions of people are demanding change for a perceived injustice happening before our very eyes to one of the most powerful pop icons of our generation. 12 years ago, Britney was involuntarily placed in personal and financial conservatorships that legally removed her rights to fundamental basic civil liberties, including hiring her own representation, choosing her doctors... even freely seeing who she wants, voting or driving. Yesterday, July 22nd, a court hearing took place in downtown LA to discuss the status of Britney's conservatorships. Britney was scheduled to appear via video conference, however she did not. What happened? Fans outside the court hearing began claiming they were told she never appeared due to a connection error. This inspired a wave of backlash because it prompted a very legitimate concern that Britney was being censored or purposefully blocked from speaking on the conservatorship, thus prolonging her undesirable situation further. Basically, fans felt she was once again being censored. However, a source close to the court hearing, who finds it important to create an honest dialogue with supporters, reveals to BreatheHeavy that the connection error story is untrue. What actually happened is that four individuals who originally joined the video call with the judge were ordered to exit the call before Britney signed on because the information is confidential. However, they ignored the judge's requests, likely in an effort to stumble upon sensitive information, and continued to pop in and out of the stream prior to Britney's virtual arrival. As a result, the judge delayed the hearing as it was imperative to keep what Britney had to say completely private. Before the conspiracy theories begin, I'd like to point out that I was not paid or swayed in any way. What I do want to emphasize is that this is an honest attempt at communicating the truth, which I think is something many of us find very valuable amidst all of the uncertainty. This is a positive step, and while I know this information will be scrutinized anyway, I'd like to remind you that I personally champion the notion of Britney gaining more independence. I also am an advocate for transparency regarding this sensitive subject (or at least, finding a balance), and I think this is an instance where that happened. There's a new court date scheduled for August 19th. Related:
  13. Facebook is flagging posts about #FreeBritney, as well as disabling the hashtag, and referencing a new article from USA Today as their source. The USA Today article attempts to de-legitimize the #FreeBritney movement. It's titled: Fact check: Britney Spears' 12-year-long conservatorship is not taking advantage of her You can read the full thing here. Since when is USA Today the one with all the answers? Is it censorship? This is legitimately sick.
  14. The protest outside the courthouse is getting media attention, I'll be posting notable developements and images here. Feel free to add/contribute. Love you guys #freebritney Update: It appears Britney was ~unable to connect to the court hearing~ and it's been delayed... However, her Instagram account was able to post a photo. Update: The connection error story is untrue. Read more about what happened at Britney's court hearing here. Related:
  15. A makeup artist who worked on the "Slumber Party" music video with Britney and Sam Asghari is speaking up. "Okay, so the reason that I posted Sam's reply to my #FreeBritney-post was that he's unable to speak for himself. He's under difficult limitations and can't express himself and that how he feels and I want people to know because I think it's sad that fans actually thinks that he has something to do with this conservatorship or the dad or getting paid somehow to control her, when he would never do that as a person. But besides that he loves her and they would be married right now if it wasn't for the conservatorship. I want to clear up a few other things. I did not do a makeup for Britney for the Slumber Party video, I worked with Sam. I have done four or five other Britney videos in the past, signed NDA's on all those jobs but I can still express myself. The first time I ever met Britney was on the NSYNC video actually, the "girlfriend" video. So I was able to see her before the conservatorship and after the conservatorship. And I've talked to her recently, briefly on the phone and I'm not claiming to be close to her or her family friend, it's just because I'm friends with Sam and she's sweet girl. She grabbed the phone and said the sweetest things in the earth which I will not reveal but I can tell you that the only time she's happy, is when Sam's there or her kids are there so any fan that wouldn't want him in her life or doesn't support the relationship must want her to be completely alone. He's the only good person in her life so that's why I'm putting this out, to fans to realize that he's a positive influence in her life. So hopefully today goes really well and although I signed an NDA, I can express myself and I will continue to express myself about it and because I love her, you know, I can't help it, she's the sweetest angel. Thank you, love you, bye" He deleted the videos from YouTube, but you can see them on Twitter "And now let's get to why there even is conservatorship. Like I said, I've met her before the conservatorship when she was free and happy and I've encountered her several times after the conservatorship when she's obviously absolutely miserable. Now, she shaved her head, she attacked the paparazzi and she accidentally exposed a part of her body. Celebrities nowadays intentionally exposes a part of their bodies, all the time and shaving your head is just an expression, you know, if anything, she was just trying to express herself at that point. And attacking a paparazzi is done by everyone. It's, you know, a natural reaction to people hounding you. The reason she was put in conservatorship was not to protect her health, it was only because of money. She supported the entire family. They thought she was on some downward spiral and wasn't going to be able to make money anymore. That was the only reason she was ever placed on a conservatorship and has been on prison for 12 years. The only place she can go or anything she can do, it's got to be work related or completely monitored. Like imagine being a prisoner with an ankle monitor bracelet and being monitored in every possible way. It's worse than that. So hopefully today goes well and I feel that it's gonna take a while to get her back on track even after this because all of the damage that they have done, but I know that she is ready and she's gonna do it if she gets the change. Another thing I wanted to say is that she does communicate with her fans through other secret little instagrams and stuff. She does let you guys know how she feels. I don't know if I was supposed to say that, if it falls under any NDA's I've signed *giggles* but... whatever"
  16. Hey guys!! I made a Facebook frame for #FreeBritney. www.facebook.com/profilepicframes/?selected_overlay_id=2744190832481837 I made it public so feel free to use it!
  17. I’m coming from a place of creating a dialogue and discussion, not judgment. I thought I’d bring up some counterpoints to the people who are not supporting the Free Britney movement – the people who think it's none of their business and the people who think that if Britney had an issue with it, she'd speak up. I'm hoping these thoughts will spark a dialogue here and this post is based on opinion, not inside knowledge or facts. I agree that some of the conspiracy theories on TikTok and Instagram may make it seem like Free Britney is nothing more than a conspiracy theory. I also understand the harm in misinformation. There was some truth in the Diet Prada post and I think some people discrediting the whole post is a mistake. The post highlighted the realities of being in a conservatorship and the freedom taken away while in one, which isn’t unconfirmed or misinformation but rather is highlighting the legal scenario of being under a conservatorship or guardianship. Personally, I’m glad the post went viral because the general public is now aware of something they may not have realized Britney is a part of. I've had many friends who are not huge Britney fans bring up the Free Britney topic with me and ask for more info. It’s becoming more than a fan-led movement, which is important for it to gain traction and help put more outside eyes on the situation. I don’t see the harm in having more eyes on the case and independent bodies looking at Britney’s legal situation — if everything is fine and justified then it will likely stay in place but if it isn’t, well then Britney may have the opportunity to have a review of the situation. Now from a communications and public relations perspective, with an issues management and crisis communications lens, if Britney is truly happy in the conservatorship, in my opinion the easiest way for Team Britney to shut down this movement would be to have her speak up in an on-camera interview and let the world know she’s okay and just needs the time off to herself right now. It seems to me that the reason this hasn’t happened is may be because Britney may not be okay with the situation. Having her take part in an interview shutting down the theories, an interview which would likely finally give her peace and quiet if that’s what she wants, would be an easy way to shut down the movement's momentum – at least with the general public. However, if Britney is not okay with the situation, this interview would lead to scrutiny and perhaps a third-party investigation into what is happening. Come to your own conclusions here with why we haven't heard Britney speak to the situation herself. This leads me to my next opinion point, some may disagree with me on this but I don’t believe that her official account is run by her, nor that her captions are written by her. Some may say “why doesn’t she address her true feelings of being in the conservatorship on social” well it’s because, in my opinion, she doesn’t actually have access to those accounts. For anyone who has worked in social media for a big brand or celebrity, this likely wouldn’t come as a surprise. From my perspective, the brand voice and style used on her official account changed shortly after the Free Britney movement started (the overuse of spaces and '!!!', emojis, "incoherent" stories and “personal” anecdotes) likely part of a deliberate strategy to create the illusion that Britney is the one posting on social. Why would something like that happen? Well, if this is the case it would further the idea that since she runs her own social accounts, she has the ability to speak up at anytime about her situation but hasn't. In this theory, it would give whoever may be running the social media accounts the power to control the narrative. If there is indeed serious human rights infringements happening to Britney, which much of the Free Britney movement is focused on, I believe that not speaking on this could be an injustice to her. I’m writing to the people who believe it's a personal issue and that we shouldn't be pushing the Free Britney movement forward. Supporting the Free Britney movement, in my opinion, doesn’t hurt Britney because if everything is truly A-okay, the criticism likely wouldn’t negatively affect it. However, if there is indeed injustice happening in her situation and people with platforms are silent on it then the implied complicity could end up keeping her in a situation that she doesn’t want to be in. My point being that there are benefits to supporting the movement and potential risks to dismissing it should it turn out there is something wrong in her situation. What are your thoughts on this? Let's keep this conversation civil, please. Again, this post is my opinion on the situation and not facts but felt the need to shed light on a situation that I personally feel may be a serious injustice.
  18. So we all saw the paid "journalism" from TMZ and Blast and i was feeling sad about how Americans are manipulated by their media BUT today i read a masterpiece in my opinion regarding #freebritney and i felt proud and moved that at last someone in my country (Greece) recognises her struggles. I've attached the link and i made the summary since its in Greek and I don't know if a translation will be available. Hope you like it. 1. They acknowledge everything that diet prada said about her youth , career etc 2. They talk about when the c-ship is needed and draw the conclusion that in Brit's case it's not needed since she is used like a cash machine and function perfectly 3. They analyse all her achievements during the c-ship. They mention that there's no clear evidence about her mental condition and that she's been negative in all drug tests, the situation with her kids and so on.. 4. There's a very strong language about her father and her team eg abusive, alcoholic, hybrid corporation etc 5. And in the end they inform about the movement, the petitions and call for respect and support which is huge because many consider her "crazy" and jump into conclusions here unfortunately. Either way, sorry for the long thread but i was very moved and wanted to share it with you guys. https://mikropragmata.lifo.gr/zoi/i-zoi-tis-britney-einai-mia-fylaki-kai-den-echei-plaka-ti-einai-to-freebritney/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1595182251
  19. We don't deserve her. A teacher that taught one of Britney's sons wrote a super sweet comment about Britney on a #FreeBritney post. "One of her sons went to my old elementary school and she was the only celebrity parent I EVER saw come to any recitals, events, or meetings. Even with all the kids gawking at her she'd still come and was nothing but sweet and caring to her son and the rest of us. This was in the middle of her Vegas show years btw, probably the hardest time for her to be able to get out to see family back in LA. All of this is ****ing awful, she deserves basic humanity at least and active support for her freedom from anyone who's ever claimed to be a fan (or a decent person)" Related:
  20. Britney's boyfriend, Sam Asghari, says he believes women have the right to make their own decisions. His comment comes amidst the #FreeBritney movement, where his girlfriend, one of the most iconic pop stars of our generation, is barred from making all types of decisions, including who she sees, calls on the phone, places she visits, the amount of money she spends etc. "Where I grew up and how I was raised allows me to always understand & support women's rights and for women to be able to make their own decisions freely," he wrote on Instagram. His comment comes after an initial message regarding his relationship with Britney. Related:
  21. ET Canada held a pretty in-depth discussion about Britney and the #FreeBritney movement! I'm gonna need y'all to like, share, and comment.
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