How is it really? Britney Spears? Her fans have been asking themselves this in recent weeks. The reason: They want to recognize hidden calls for help again and again in their postings and suspect that Spears would suffer from her guardian and be exempted from her father, among other things, but could not communicate this openly.
A current posting of their idol gives them cause for concern again: on a snapshot Instagram Spears wears a blue top. A fan previously said that if she needed help, she should wear a blue top as a sign in the next picture. Just a coincidence? A few days ago, when asked to wear a yellow top if something was wrong, she wore a yellow top in the following posting, which she even drew attention to.
Britney Spears is still under guardianship
Since she suffered a mental breakdown in 2008, Britney Spears has been under guardianship. At that time, her father Jamie Spears assumed responsibility for her well-being and wealth, and guardianship is now with caretaker Jodi Montgomery until the end of August 2020.
Rumors keep arising that Britney Spears would suffer greatly under the influence of her father and guardian. Therefore, the hashtag #FreeBritney, which was used in 2009, was reactivated to free the singer from guardianship. Fans can even sign a petition on a website of the same name. Brandon Hase, one of the movement's strongest supporters, sums it up like this: "Guardianship is meant for people with mental health problems or serious illnesses. For example (…) people with dementia who can no longer take care of themselves. If so Britney is doing so badly that she is mentally unable to take care of herself – then why is she still working? " They conclude that they will definitely be exploited and need help.
Lynne Spears is struggling to guard her daughter
Britney Spears' mother Lynne, who divorced her father Jamie in 2002, also apparently believes that the influence of Jamie Spears is not particularly good. She went to court several times to be able to decide on her daughter herself. As reported by the Entertainment Tonight portal, on July 13, she filed an application to the Los Angeles District Court to settle "all matters" with Britney's trust fund SJB Revocable Trust. There have been millions of euros in revenues there since 2004, which the 38-year-old also wants to protect for her children.
A hearing to discuss Britney Spears' future legal care was recently postponed due to the corona pandemic. However, there is hope for the fans: According to various reports, Britney Spears is said to appear in court later this month so that those responsible can get a new picture of the situation.