Britney Spears Trying To Get Out Of The Conservatorship?

Some people think that Britney Spears is really crazy and needs to be under her father’s control. Others, such as the owner of, believe that Britney is really trying to make a discerned effort to have the conservatorship removed.

Recently, we’ve heard her calls for help. Now, we’re hearing that Miss Spears is looking for help to get out from under her father’s thumb.

Sam Lutfi’s sister confirmed that she snuck a cell phone to Britney at her own request. Which only goes to show you that Britney is either still mentally unstable or that she just wants out.

While we could argue for days about Britney’s state of mind or whether or not her career has done better since the conservatorship has been put into place, I can say this: The judge in her case should allow her representation by her own attorneys who represent her best interests. Of course her father wants to keep control of her affairs, he’s making bank off of the conservatorship.

I think she should be free.

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Britney Spears Trying To Get Out Of The Conservatorship? was last modified: July 1st, 2015 by Roberta Ferguson
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  • Elaine Renoire

    Unfortunately, guardianship is like quicksand. The more the ward tries to get out, the deeper he/she sinks.

    NASGA is an organization of victims and families working to expose and end unlawful and abusive guardianships/conservatorships — a growing national epidemic.

    Guardianship wards are stripped of all rights: the right to decide where to live and whom to associate with, how to spend (or save!) ones own money, to accept or refuse medical treatment — or even ask for a second opinion, marry, vote, etc. Most important, wards are stripped of the right to complain.

    With the fox guarding the henhouse and the hens muzzled, guardians and their attorneys can easily unjustly enrich themselves at the expense and to the detriment of the very person they have been court-appointed to protect.

    And where to the victims go for help? Many go to the AG, only to be turned away because the abuse has been court-sanctioned.

    Visit NASGA at or NASGA’s blog at for more information.

    Elaine Renoire