‘There’s a lot of things that scare me’: Britney Spears says she’s ‘afraid’ of total freedom and worries she’ll ‘make a mistake’ before the possible end of conservatory
Britney Spears covered a number of topics in an Instagram post from Friday in which she confessed to being “afraid” of “making a mistake” as the possible end of her conservatory nears.
The 39-year-old pop star wrote a long-winded statement saying “there are a lot of things that scare me” regarding her possible freedom, saying she “will not post that much” on social media before she feared a misstep and teased even that she would go after her family if she ever did an interview.
She shared a photo of her Christmas tree already on display at her Thousand Oaks home, adding that she would celebrate the holidays early because “more joie de vivre is a good idea.”
Finding Joy: Britney Spears wrote a long-winded statement featuring a picture of her Christmas tree already up, where she talked about being “afraid of making a mistake” and her fears about life leading up to the possible end of Conservatory
Stream of awareness: The 39-year-old pop star covered a number of topics in an Instagram post on Friday, including her fears and how she would approach her family in an interview
“I’ll just be honest and say I’ve waited so long to be free from the situation I’m in…and now that it’s here I’m afraid to do something because I’m afraid I’ll make a mistake to make! !! For so many years I was always told that if I succeeded, it could end… and it never did!!! I’ve worked so hard, but now that it’s here and it’s getting closer to the end, I’m very happy, but there are a lot of things that scare me!!!,” she began.
‘The daddy run through the trees and onto the road when I drive home and it’s scary!!!! And I have to drive past a primary school… the children are important… but so am I!!!!! I don’t like that they try to scare me and jump out like they do…it’s like they want me to do something crazy!!!
‘So like I said I’m afraid of doing something wrong…so I won’t post that much in a world where it’s our freedom to be free, it’s a shame!!! I started to experience that when I first got the keys to my car 4 months ago and it’s been 13 years!!!! I have done nothing for the past 13 years to be treated the way I have!!! I am disgusted by the system and wish I lived in another country!!!
Acclimatize: “I’ll just be honest and say I’ve waited so long to be free from the situation I’m in…and now that it’s here I’m afraid to do something because I’m afraid I’ll be a wrong !!!’ she said about the possible end of the conservatory?
Bringing it back: “Like I said, I’m afraid of doing something wrong…so I won’t be posting that much in a world where it’s our freedom to be free, it’s a shame,” she said of restricting of her posts ahead of her pivotal November 12 court date; pictured October 14
‘I’m celebrating Christmas very early this year…because why not???!!! I believe any reason to find more joie de vivre is a good idea… and it’s no secret that I’ve experienced it in the past… so maybe I should do things a little differently from now on!!!’
She continued to threaten to dismiss her family: ‘Lord, have mercy on the souls of my family if I ever do an interview!!! In the meantime…I stay clear of the matter, that’s all I’ve ever known all my life…that’s why this is so very confusing to me!!! Anyway… God bless you all.”
A few weeks ago, Dad Jamie was suspended as her conservator after 13 years and at a hearing on November 12, the judge will consider whether her conservatorship should be terminated altogether.
Together with her attorney Mathew Rosengart, they went on to detail her father’s misdeeds, prompting Los Angeles County Supreme Court Judge Brenda Penny to grant Spears’ request to immediately suspend him.
Fighting for freedom: Of the conservatory termination, her lawyer Mathew Rosengart (pictured) had echoed in Jamie’s earlier documents which read: ‘If Ms Spears wants to end the conservatory and thinks she can handle her own life, Mr Spears thinks she has that chance. need to get’; pictured September 29
Rosengart said his removal was a “condition for the immediate restoration” of Britney’s “dignity and fundamental rights.”
And on the termination of the Conservatory, Rosengart had reiterated in Jamie’s earlier papers that ‘If Ms Spears wants to end the Conservatory and believes she can handle her own life, Mr Spears thinks she should have it. opportunity.’
On Friday, Jamie’s sister and Britney’s aunt Leigh Ann Spears Wrather called her brother “barbaric” during an interview on Good Morning Britain and said he “should be held accountable” for his actions.
‘I mean, who can do that to someone? She was just manipulated and used. And he’s saying he was protecting her? No, he locked her up. I don’t think he was the hero. I think he manipulated the situation and took advantage of the situation for over ten years.”
‘Barbaric’: On Friday, Jamie’s sister and Britney’s aunt Leigh Ann Spears Wrather called her brother ‘barbaric’ during an interview on Good Morning Britain and said he ‘should be held accountable’ for his actions