Britney Spears ha registrato una grande ripresa da quando il suo incarico di custode è stato interrotto nel novembre 2021. Dal 2008, la pop star era sotto un incarico di tutela ordinato dal tribunale, controllato da suo padre e da un avvocato. Secondo l’accordo, la Spears non era in grado di gestire i propri soldi, prendere decisioni sulla sua salute, sposarsi o persino viaggiare, secondo la BBC. Le tutele sono solitamente riservate agli anziani oa qualcuno con una malattia degenerativa che impedirebbe loro di prendersi cura di se stessi o dei propri beni in modo responsabile. La tutela della Spears è entrata in vigore dopo una serie di esplosioni altamente pubblicizzate.
Generally, those under conservatorship would be so ill or impaired that they could not continue to work. Spears, however, released multiple albums and held down a physically and emotionally demanding Vegas residency and social media presence during her conservatorship. It wasn't long until her fans began calling for her to be released, as they suspected Spears' father's conservatorship was ruining her life, and was all about making her family money, rather than looking out for Spears, who by most accounts seemed to be doing just fine.
Thanks to the Free Britney Movement, Spears is now a free woman, in control of her career and her body once again. Most importantly, though, Spears is finally able to speak out about the conservatorship, something she was largely prevented from doing by her father. Now, she's opening up about the traumatizing experience.
Britney Spears is done with Vegas
In a June Instagram post of Britney Spears dancing to a Katy Perry song, the pop star added a lengthy caption to her video about her social media use and the trauma of her conservatorship.
Spears explained that during her conservatorship, she felt pressured to produce content that was on par with other creators. For example, content made by "fast shooting with edits," whereas, Spears said, "In my conservatorship, each shot in my videos was like 4 years !!!" The singer also admitted that she was so exhausted from the demands of her Vegas residency, that she could rarely find the energy to live life the way she wanted. "The truth is the path of doing shows in Vegas ... the responsibility of so many people ... well I got older and the restrictions on just being human having to call a doctor for permission to get Tylenol for a headache made me lose it ... for a headache !!!" she wrote, referring to the limits the conservatorship put on her bodily autonomy.
Though the residency was a massive financial success, the sheer trauma of the conservatorship soured the experience for Spears. With her career now well in her control, Spears reportedly has no plans to take up another residency in sin city any time soon, per TMZ.