Britney was invited by congress to testify on conservatorships. She feels grateful that her story was acknowledged. Britney Spears could be headed to Washington D.C. in the future to share her story.
On Wednesday, the celebrated singer took to Instagram to share a formal letter. She had received the letter late last year from Congressmen Eric Swalwell and Charlie Crist. They invited her to speak to Congress about guardianships and conservatorships and her experiences over the past 13 years.
“I received this letter months ago, An invitation to share my story” Spears wrote alongside a photo of the letter. “I was immediately flattered and at the time I wasn’t nearly at the healing stage I’m in now” she continued. “I’m grateful that my story was even acknowledged.”
In the invitation dated December 1, the congressional members wrote, “It goes without saying that we have been following your conservatorship closely and were elated that you were able to both remove your father as a years long conservator in September and finally terminate your conservatorship entirely in November.”
Spears’ conservatorship officially came to an end on Nov. 12, with the help of her newly appointed lawyer Matthew Rosengart. Matthew was congratulated by Crist and Swalwell by name as well in their letter to Spears.
Congressman took to tweeter to reply Britney’s post which she made on instagram. “Thank you so much for sharing your story of strength and perseverance, Ms. @BritneySpears. It’s my honor to invite you to meet with us in DC. Your voice helps other victims feel so much #stronger” they said. On the other hand many fans shared their love and support for Spears in the comments on her post, including her fiancé Sam Asghari.
Britney has her fiancé Sam Ashgari to lean on during these tough times. She said earlier that he has been a huge support when it comes to the family drama. She knows that he has her back and has been there for her in every way. Her friends approve, and that’s always a good sign.