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Britney Spears' IUD testimony was disturbing — and connects to a larger societal pattern

MSNBC
 2021-06-24

Cover picture for the articleConservatorships are used for people who can’t handle their own affairs — financial or otherwise. They’re used for people with dementia at the end of their lives or for people with long-term cognitive impairment. But in Britney Spears’ case, a conservatorship that was originally put in place as a “temporary” emergency measure in 2008, is now going on its 13th year. Spears wants out. And after searing testimony in court Wednesday, it seems like much of the world has rallied to the star's side.

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diane vaughan
06-25

Without knowing the entire story I will not comment on Brittany's mental health status. I will say that it is time for her to be given the chance at a normal life!

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bazooka
06-25

The more I read about this the more I come to believe that the judge should be investigated. This all starts and ends with this judge. How does a temporary conservatorship last 13 years? How do you force someone into chastity? Something definitely isn’t right here.

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happy234
06-25

this is totally wrong and the judge and the lawyers need to be locked until they’re being paid by the father out of Britney’s money this is so shady

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