Britney Spears has said she is “traumatised” and “can’t sleep” as she spoke for the first time in court today as she fights her conservatorship.
The 39-year-old music legend has been fighting to suspend her father Jamie Spears as the conservator of her estimated $60 million estate.
The conservatorship has been in place for 13 years and puts restrictions over her finances and personal affairs.
Britney addressed the court for the first time today and said she felt like a sex traffic victim and said she had been “forced” to work, The Mirror reports.
She also added that her she had only agreed to tour in 2018 “out of fear”.
The emotional star told the court: “I am traumatised. I’ve been in shock. I’m not happy. I can’t sleep. I cry every day.”
Britney also claimed that she was prevented from removing an IUD contraception device and said her “team wont let me have any more children.”
She spoke directly to Superior Judge Brenda Penny during a remote appearance at Los Angeles’ Court, telling her that she felt she had not been heard for years.
The conservatorship order was originally granted after the star was hospitalised amid concerns over her mental health.
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