Britney Spears is a pop star recognized for her countless songs, but her successful career is covered by her vulnerable and emotional past. The singer has made headlines due to various incidents. In recent years, her mental state has deteriorated due to her lucrative profession. Her erratic behavior led to her father putting the Toxic singer into a conservatorship. This legal binding made it difficult for her to continue to exercise legal authority over her property or estate.

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

The Baby One More Time singer finally took control of her life in 2021 by ending the 13-year-long conservatorship. Spears’ pain of years has finally ended. While she may never reconcile with her father, the Grammy-winning singer is taking a step to get back with her mother.

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Britney Spears reconcile with her mother 

Britney Spears' Mom Lynne Says She Wants Her To Be 'Happy'
Britney Spears with her mother Lynne Spears

Britney Spears has been through many things in her past. While her father put her in conservatorship, her mother, Lynne Spears, let that happen. Since then, the singer’s relationship with her mother has been strained. The 68-year-old has made it clear that she loves and is committed to her daughter, she even apologized for the suffering the American songwriter had during the conservatorship and that she would never abandon her.

After all this, Spears has taken a step to reconcile with her mother. They both met at the 41-year-old’s house in Southern California and spent a half-hour catching up. 

 Lynne Spears arrived at LAX early on Wednesday from her home state of Louisiana and was driven to the home of the singer’s manager Cade Hudson. She then took an Uber to the Toxic Singer joint residence with her husband, Sam Asghari.

The most recent visit may mark a turning point in their relationship. The 41-year-old singer and her mother appear dedicated to coming to terms and making reparations. Although the path to reestablishing trust may still be lengthy, this meeting raises the possibility of a fresh start.

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Britney Spears Fought for Her Freedom

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

After various public incidents concerning the singer’s mental health, her father, Jamie Spears, put the American singer in a conservatorship in 2008. The American singer’s father was awarded conservatorship by the Los Angeles Superior Court, a sort of judicial guardianship intended to safeguard those who are unable to make their own decisions. The agreement stated that her estate, finances, and assets would be managed by her father and a lawyer.

In 2021, the Grammy award winner’s lawyers appear to suggest that she no longer wishes for her father to be involved in her career progression. Britney Spears finally got her long-awaited freedom on November 12th, 2021, after more than 13 years. Spears began her new life by marrying her fiancé, Sam Asghari.

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Source: TMZ

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