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Britney Spears is ‘hopeful’ for change after delivering explosive testimony about’ conservatorship

Britney Spears is ‘relieved’ and hopeful for change after delivering explosive testimony about her ‘abusive’ conservatorship controlled by her dad

Britney Spears is reportedly feeling ‘hopeful’ for change after speaking out against her ‘abusive’ conservatorship testimony on Wednesday afternoon. 

After coming forward about feeling ‘traumatized’ after 13 years without control over her important life decisions and finances, a source close to the 39-year-old singer told E! News said she is ‘very happy and relieved’ to get ‘so much off her chest and be heard.’ 

‘She was very excited to have her truth be out and not feel like she has to hide it anymore,’ the insider added. ‘She feels it went well and is hopeful there will be a change.’  

Optimistic: Britney Spears is reportedly feeling ‘hopeful’ for change after speaking out against her ‘abusive’ conservatorship testimony on Wednesday afternoon

The Grammy winner, who shares her two sons Sean, 15, and 14-year-old Jayden with ex Kevin Federline, is also said to be leaning on her mother for support.  

To celebrate her big day in court, Spears and boyfriend Sam Asghari are reportedly jetting off to Maui to ‘to get away’, according to Access

A source told the outlet ‘that the couple just want to get away. They support each other, they are the perfect pair, and they are looking forward to the future and living the life that they want to live.’ 

Speaking up: After coming forward about feeling 'traumatized' after 13 years without control over her important life decisions and finances, a source close to the 39-year-old singer told E! News said she is 'very happy and relieved' to get 'so much off her chest and be heard'

Speaking up: After coming forward about feeling ‘traumatized’ after 13 years without control over her important life decisions and finances, a source close to the 39-year-old singer told E! News said she is ‘very happy and relieved’ to get ‘so much off her chest and be heard’

Vacation time: A source told the outlet 'that the couple just want to get away

'They support each other, they are the perfect pair, and they are looking forward to the future and living the life that they want to live,' a source said of Spears and her beau

Going on a trip: To celebrate her big day in court, Spears and boyfriend Sam Asghari are reportedly jetting off to Maui to ‘to get away’, according to Access 

Less than 24 hours prior, Spears begged a Los Angeles judge to free her from a court-ordered conservatorship that has given her father Jamie control over her life and $60 million fortune for over a decade. 

Britney testified via audio link on Wednesday in her ongoing legal battle to free herself from her father’s conservatorship.

Since 2008, following a highly-publicized mental breakdown, Jamie Spears has controlled the star’s finances and her personal life.

In her statement, the pop star described how she feels ‘ganged up on, bullied and alone’ and has no say about what she does, where she goes and who she spends time with.

'She was very excited to have her truth be out and not feel like she has to hide it anymore,' the insider added of Spears. 'She feels it went well and is hopeful there will be a change' (pictured in 2018)

‘She was very excited to have her truth be out and not feel like she has to hide it anymore,’ the insider added of Spears. ‘She feels it went well and is hopeful there will be a change’ (pictured in 2018)

She also does not have direct access to her estate which is valued at $60 million, while paying her father $16,000 a month to be her conservator.

In a bombshell revelation, she said she has been fitted with an IUD contraceptive device and her request to have it removed so she can have another baby has been denied.

Britney has two sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline whom she married in 2004 and divorced in 2007.

Long time in the spotlight: Britney catapulted to fame at 17 with the 1999 hit single Baby One More Time and cemented it with 2000's Oops!... I Did It Again; pictured in 2019

Long time in the spotlight: Britney catapulted to fame at 17 with the 1999 hit single Baby One More Time and cemented it with 2000’s Oops!… I Did It Again

The boys – Sean and Jayden – live with Federline and have only limited contact with their mother.

Britney catapulted to fame at 17 with the 1999 hit single Baby One More Time and cemented it with 2000’s Oops!… I Did It Again.

In 1992, she had been cast in The Mickey Mouse Club which at the time also included Justin as well as Christina Aguilera, Ryan Gosling and Keri Russell. 

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