Judge decides this Friday whether Britney Spears’ guardianship remains

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The future of pop singer Britney Spears will be decided this Friday (12) in a court in Los Angeles, California. A judge will determine whether or not to end the artist’s guardianship, previously administered by her father, Jamie Spears. Jamie, in turn, has already informed him that he will no longer be her daughter’s guardian.

The expectation is that it will be at least the beginning of the end of the story that has been going on for 13 years. In the assessment of the American press, the Free Britney movement, which takes place all over the world, has been helping in this process. This Friday, the expectation is that fans will be in front of the court to support the artist.

However, it is not known if it will really be an end point, as many things are at stake. First, because the process involves a lot of money and it is not even known how the division of Brtiney Spears’ fortune will be.

There is also a mental health issue among the factors. Many wonder if the singer will have to pass a psychological test to prove that she is capable of managing her own life and career.

artist career

Britney Spears, 39, started singing and dancing at the age of two and soon began competing in talent shows.

At ten, she was cast on Disney’s “The New Mickey Mouse Club.” In production, he performed with great names in music: Justin Timberlake and Cristina Aguillera. At age 15, she recorded her first hit single: Baby one more time.

Five years later, he released another hit: Oops i did it again, with around 1.3 million copies sold in the first week of release alone.

In addition to making guest appearances in movies and series, Britney Spears has also been a judge on The X Factor, a TV talent show.

Her personal life was at the center of a scandal after her father’s declarations that she faced mental health problems and could not manage her own life.

On Thursday (11), Britney’s fiancé, Sam Asghari, posted on his social networks a thank you to Free Britney saying this is a human rights movement.

(Published by Sinara Peixoto)

Reference: CNN Brasil

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