Britney Spears is one of the biggest pop stars in history.
She has largely fallen out of the public eye following her historic meltdown.
But Britney Spears just scored a huge win that will rock Hollywood.
Many see the highly televised meltdown of Britney Spears as a dark moment in American pop culture history.
For years on end, all the dirty details of her life were thrown on television, newspapers, and tabloid magazines for the world to scoff at.
She couldn’t even leave the house without an army of paparazzi following her every move, reporting on her many sour relationships, her drug problems, a divorce, and countless other problems.
Instead of helping the troubled popstar, people made millions all while making her problems worse.
During all of this, Spears’ father James Spears forced her into a conservatorship, where he controlled virtually every aspect of her life.
He controlled all her money, along with her medical and personal decisions.
Spears’ father even forced her on birth control at a time where she wanted to have a child of her own.
But finally, after a long fight, Spears was given some relief, with a judge suspending her father from the conservatorship that has been in place for 13 years.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny stated that the arrangement “reflects a toxic environment.”
“The current situation is untenable,” Penny said after hearing arguments from both sides. “It reflects a toxic environment which requires the suspension of James Spears.”
Britney Spears and her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, argued that the conservatorship should end, as it would be the first step in “ending the Kafkaesque nightmare imposed upon her.”
Fans of the singer who attended the hearing were ecstatic at the news.
“My heart’s racing out of my chest,” said Lorin Sisco of Hawaii, who flew to Los Angeles for the hearing. “I am so excited for what she has to do with the rest of her life.”
Prior the hearing, about 100 supporters of the popstar marched in front of the courthouse, chanting “Hey, hey, ho, ho, the conservatorship has got to go!” among other pro-Spears chants.
“We’re making making history right now,” said Spears supporter Martino Odeh, 27. “And the fact that we could change a pop star’s life, who has been robbed of her rights for 13 years, is crazy. It’s monumental.”