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Britney Spears Says She Still Has ‘Healing’ To Do


On Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny suspended Jamie Spears from his role controlling the conservatorship of Britney Spears, handing the reins to John Zabel until December 31. The judge said the decision was in “the best interest of the conservatee.”

There have been a number of allegations against Jamie Spears, some coming from Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart, who claimed in court that her father was “cruel” and “abusive.”

Though Britney has not commented on the change directly on social media, on Saturday she shared an image of a tree growing through an opening in a ceiling towards the sky and wrote to her followers that she needed some “healing.”

“Although there is change and things to celebrate in my life, I still have a lot of healing to do!!!” she wrote. ”Thankfully I have a good support system and am taking time to understand it’s ok to slow down and breathe !!!!! Only through self love I can pray … love … and support others in return !!!!”

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Jamie ‘s attorney Vivian Lee Thoreen said in a statement that he “loves his daughter unconditionally” and added, ”Despite the suspension, Mr. Spears will continue to look out for the best interests of his daughter and work in good faith towards a positive resolution of all matters.”

On November 12, the case will move forward to determine is the conservatorship can be terminated entirely, leaving Britney free to manage her own affairs. For now she seems to be expressing her newfound liberty on Instagram, posting some almost nudes of her vacation on the beach.

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The #FreeBritney story has already had a massive influence on legislature. On Friday, California Governor Gavin Newson signed a bill designed to reform conservatorship laws in the state, especially in regards to estates worth over $1 million. Conservators of such estates will have to register as professionals and receive training and allows conservatees to have more say in their legal representation and adds high fines to conservators found to not be working in the best interest of their charges,

Assemblymember Evan Low introduced the bill, and commented in a statement,“We’ve seen the heartbreaking case of Britney Spears play out in the public eye, but there are hundreds — if not thousands — of other cases in which families are struggling. We need to do everything in our power to help them and their loved ones receive the care and support they need.”

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