#FreeBritney Protest Outside Courthouse In Los Angeles During Conservatorship Hearing
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Britney Spears denies claims of being held against her will

Fans of Britney created a petition to help her, revealing she wasn’t allowed to drive and her calls and messages were being monitored.

Britney Spears continues to deny claims made by the #FreeBritney movement, posting a video on her personal Instagram account to reassure fans that everything is fine and she is in fact the “happiest” she’s ever been.

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The pop superstar confirmed she was aware of the comments made by her fans, “I know that there have been a lot of comments and a lot of people saying a lot of different things about me.”

However she went on to send “a lot of prayers and wishes and a lot of love,” and said she just wanted to let everyone know that she was “fine” and “the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.”

Rumors of the popular star being unstable or consumed in the family drama over her conservatorship, turned into conspiracy theories on TikTok, Twitter and Instagram, with fans of the 38-year-old singer worrying about her safety.

Jamie Lynn Spears has also been brought into the rumors, after she was reportedly seeking control over the $57 million fortune of her sister.

Fans of Britney created a petition to help her, revealing she wasn’t allowed to drive and her calls and messages were being monitored, as well as not being able to vote or even spending her money without permission.

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The popular movement has been backed up by a number of A-List celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Rose McGowan, Miley Cyrus and Ariel Winter.

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