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Monday, February 27, 2023

D-list actor Zachary Levi mocks Britney Spears ending her conservatorship

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that D-list actor Zachary Levi mocks Britney Spears ending her conservatorship.

Zachary Levi wrote on his Instagram story: "Millions who hashtagged 'Free Britney' starting to change their opinions on Conservatorship."

A series of public incidents raised concern about her mental welfare, with the star making headlines for shaving her head and hitting a photographer's car with an umbrella.

In 2008, she was twice admitted to hospital under a temporary psychiatric assessment ruling, including after an incident in which she allegedly refused to surrender her sons in a stand-off involving police.

A temporary conservatorship was established around this time and made permanent later that year.

In recent court filings, her father Jamie's lawyers had said the conservatorship was "necessary to protect Britney in every sense of the word". They said: "Her life was in shambles and she was in physical, emotional, mental and financial distress."

In response to the tape, Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears, posted a photograph of the pair on Instagram with a lengthy caption insisting that she had tried to help her daughter. “Britney, your whole life I have tried my best to support your dreams and wishes! And also, I have tried my best to help you out of hardships! I have never and will never turn my back on you! Your rejections to the countless times I have flown out and calls make me feel hopeless! I have tried everything. I love you so much, but this talk is for you and me only, eye-to-eye, in private.”

Spears said that she was put to work directly after being hospitalised for two weeks when she was “completely traumatised out of my mind”, filming a TV show and starting work on her 2008 album Circus.

“All I remember is that I had to do what I was told. I was told I was fat every day, I had to go to the gym … I never remember feeling so demoralised … they made me feel like nothing and I went along with it because I was scared.”

A conservatorship is granted by a court for individuals who are unable to make their own decisions, like those with dementia or other mental illnesses.

Spears' conservatorship was split into two parts - one for her estate and financial affairs, the other for her as a person.

Jamie Spears was in charge of both parts but stepped down as his daughter's personal conservator in 2019 citing health reasons, replaced by a court-appointed care professional.

Mr Spears was suspended as conservator of her financial estate in September 2021, replaced by an accountant chosen by Britney and her lawyer.

In the years under the conservatorship, Spears released three albums, held a successful Las Vegas residency and made numerous television appearances, including a stint as a judge on the US X Factor.

She alleged that the arrangement was “all premeditated”, and said – apparently referring to Lou M Taylor, Spears’ former business manager and the figure believed to have introduced Jamie Spears to the idea of the conservatorship – “a woman introduced the idea to my dad and my mom actually helped him follow through and made it all happen”. Taylor has denied any involvement in its creation.

“There was no drugs in my system, no alcohol, nothing. It was pure abuse and I haven’t even really shared even half of it,” said Spears.

The Guardian has contacted representatives for Jamie Spears for comment.

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