Britney Spears Shares Letter She Received From US Congress Acknowledging Her Custody

Britney Spears Shares Letter She Received From US Congress Acknowledging Her Custody

Britney Spears shared a letter she received from Congress and an invitation to talk about guardianship reform.

The 41-year-old pop star posted the note in full with a long caption in which she admitted she felt “pretty confused about it all.”

Britney’s guardianship ended in November, 13 years after a judge ruled it was “no longer required.”

Latest: Britney Spears shared a letter she received from Congress and an invitation to talk about guardianship reform.  The 41-year-old pop star posted the note in full with a long caption in which she admitted she felt

Latest: Britney Spears shared a letter she received from Congress and an invitation to talk about guardianship reform. The 41-year-old pop star posted the note in full with a long caption in which she admitted she felt “pretty confused about it all.”

In June 2021, Britney went to court, publicly declaring her 13-year custody for the first time.

She begged Judge Brenda Penny to list the restrictions, describing in excruciating detail how they were ruining her life.

Britney also accused her parents of exploiting her for years for money.

In September, her father Jamie Spears was removed from his Conservative position, more than a year after she pleaded with the court to end his custody control, which she called “abusive.”

Britney's guardianship ended in November after 13 years, after a judge ruled it was

Britney’s guardianship ended in November after 13 years, after a judge ruled it was “no longer required.”

So unbelievable: She shared a letter with only a touching note

So unbelievable: She shared a letter with only a touching note

Two months later, Judge Penny officially terminated the guardianship.

On Wednesday, Britney shared an official letter she received a few months ago from Congress.

A letter dated December 1, 2021 was signed by Representatives Charlie Crist and Eric Swalwell and sent to Britney’s attorneys’ office, Matthew Rosengart.

It read: “Your path to justice will inspire and empower many others who have been wrongfully silenced by the custody process.”

“Many issues that are common in the process of guardianship and guardianship have been identified. Particularly disturbing was the news that for many years you could not hire your own lawyer to represent your personal and financial interests.”

Shares her letter: On Wednesday, Britney shared an official letter she received a few months ago from Congress.

Shares her letter: On Wednesday, Britney shared an official letter she received a few months ago from Congress.

Solution: In September, her father Jamie Spears was removed as guardian more than a year after she pleaded with the court to end his control of the custody, which she called abusive;  seen June 21, 2015

Solution: In September, her father Jamie Spears was removed as guardian more than a year after she pleaded with the court to end his control of the custody, which she called abusive; seen June 21, 2015

“Other issues related to the initial petition, possible retention of guardianship, and being forced to work against your will are equally important.”

“To that end, we wanted to personally invite you and your attorney to meet with us in Congress at a convenient time for both parties to tell in your own words how you got justice.

“There is no doubt that your story will inspire countless other people, in addition to the millions who are already inspired by you and your art.

Britney posted the letter and wrote, “I received this letter a few months ago… an invitation to share my story… I was immediately flattered and at the time I was not nearly at the stage of healing I am now… #1 – I’m grateful that my story was generally recognized !!! Thanks to the letter, for the first time in my life, I felt heard and meaningful !!!!

“In a world where your own family goes against you, it’s really hard to find people who understand this and show empathy!!! Again, I’m not here to be a victim, although I’m the first to admit that I’m pretty confused about all of this…”

“I want to help others in vulnerable situations, take life by the balls and be brave. I wish I was… I was so scared, and there’s nothing worse than your own family doing what they did to me. I’m lucky to have a small circle of charming friends I can rely on… In the meantime, thanks to Congress for inviting me to the White House… B.’

Candid:

Candid: “In a world where your own family is going against you, it’s really hard to find people who understand this and show empathy!!! Again, I’m not here to be a victim, although I’m the first to admit that I’m very confused by all this…; pictured July 22, 2019

Jamie first took control of Britney’s finances and personal decisions in February 2008.

A month earlier, the singer had been placed in a mental hospital twice, which helped start guardianship.

Her initial visit to the psychiatric hospital came after she refused to hand over her children to her ex-husband Kevin Federline when she was due to do so based on their custody arrangement.

By the end of the year, the guardianship was extended indefinitely, eventually lasting 13 years.

However, amid reports of circumstances in Britney’s guardianship that prevented her from making any financial decisions for herself, many of her fans joined the #FreeBritney movement, which sought to end the legal agreement and support Britney.

Star: Jamie first took control of Britney's finances and personal decisions in February 2008;  pictured December 3, 2016 in San Jose, California.

Star: Jamie first took control of Britney’s finances and personal decisions in February 2008; pictured December 3, 2016 in San Jose, California.

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