After several years of harassment, torture and mental anguish, Britney Spears spoke out against her father’s conservatorship a few months ago. It was previously reported that Britney Spears doesn’t want to be scared to speak amid her conservatorship case.
In a landmark victory, Spears’ father Jamie was finally suspended from her conservatorship. This brought joy and relief to Britney Spears and her supporters. Finally, after 13 long years, Britney Spears was finally free from her conservatorship.
According to TMZ, Jodi Montgomery, who served as Britney’s personal conservator and is still working with her, consulted with medical professionals to think of recommendations on how Britney should transition from her conservatorship lifetime to a free life after 14 years.
It was also said that the judge wanted to make sure such recommendations were in place to protect Britney. Driving was said to be one of the main concerns. According to a document outlining the areas of concern, Britney has had issues with driving.
The document also recommends that Britney’s home has absolutely no alcohol or drug and that she also has to abstain from having any. It was also urged that Britney take her medication and attend regular therapy sessions, in addition to attending appointments with various other medical professionals.
As they are simply recommendations, it’s up to Britney Spears whether she wants to adhere to them or not. It remains to be seen whether Britney Spears will adjust to her new life soon enough.
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