Britney Spears' Conservators Won't Let Her Have A Child
Britney Spears has finally had her chance in court to say how she feels about her cruelly strict conservatorship. The extents of her conservator's hands in her life are absolutely shocking.
Britney Spears herself spoke in court about wanting to be free from the shocking chains of her conservatorship. She made it clear that she is "not here to be anyone's slave" and her rights are severely limited.
Britney Spears Is Not Allowed To Have Children
Speaking to the Los Angeles Court over the phone, Britney Spears herself explained her experience under her never-ending conservatorship. She told the court, "I would like to move progressively forward. I want to have the real deal. I want to be able to get married and have a baby."
"I was told right now, in the conservatorship, I'm not able to get married or have a baby. I have an IUD [intrauterine birth control] inside of myself right now so I don't get pregnant. I wanted to take the IUD out, so I can start trying to have a baby. But this so-called team won't let me go to the doctor to take it out, because they don't want me to have children, any more children."
Britney has been dating her supportive boyfriend Sam Asghari since 2016 and has two sons, Sean (15) and Jayden (14) with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. By all accounts, she is a wonderful mother, with both her ex, her parents, and her sons praise her as a great mother. Her eldest son has even spoken angrily about his grandfather Jamie Spears on Instagram live and allegedly been in a physical altercation with him.
"So, basically, this conservatorship is doing me way more harm than good. I deserve to have a life. I worked my whole life, and I deserve to have a two, three-year break and just do what I want to do," she added. "I wish I could stay with you on the phone forever, because when I get off the phone with you, all of a sudden all I hear are no's. 'No, no, no.'"
Britney Spears Fights Back
"I feel ganged up on, I feel bullied, and I feel left out and alone. I'm tired of feeling alone. I deserve to have the same rights as anybody does by having a child, a family, any of those things. And more so."
Britney described being forced by her father to work and perform against her will. She agreed to do her Las Vegas residency and performances after threats from her father and when she asked for short breaks due to exhaustion, she was refused.
"The control he had over someone as powerful as me, as he loved the control to hurt his own daughter 100,000 percent. I packed my bags and went to that place. I worked seven days a week, no days off, which in California, the only similar thing to this is called sex trafficking. Making anyone work, work against their will, taking all their possessions away, credit card, cash, phone, passport, car and placing them in a home where they work with the people who live with them."
Britney begged the court to take her wishes into considerations as before she had no say. Britney's father controlled her finances and therefore her lawyers who previously prevented her from talking to the courts. "I'm so angry I can't sleep, and I am depressed. I want to be heard ... I want changes and I want changes going forward. I deserve changes. I just want my life back. It's been 13 years and it's enough. It's enough and it makes no sense at all ... I'm done. I want to sue my family, to be totally honest with you."
The New York Times obtained court records that showed Britney had been pushing against the controls over the years. Her team of conservators led by her father Jamie restricted the "Womanizer" singer in all aspects of her life from "whom she dated to the color of her kitchen cabinets."
We will have to wait and see what the courts decide.