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Bombshell Leaked Voicemails Reveal Britney Spears Pleading For Conservatorship To End In 2009

Jul. 28 2021, Published 4:02 p.m. ET

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Britney Spears has been pleading to get out of her conservatorship for over a decade, reveal a series of leaked voicemails.

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The 39-year-old documented her cries for help when she reached out to her ex-manager Sam Lufti in 2009.

The controversial former figure in the singer's life is making headlines after he released several voicemails Spears left for him, asking to end her conservatorship and dad Jamie's reign over her life.

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Lufti was the Grammy winner's manager during her 2007 breakdown. Spears' family blamed him for her downfall.

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Sharing four separate voicemails -- and never-before-seen family photos -- Spears can be heard begging Lufti to help her get out of the conservatorship.

The audio appears to prove Spears has been vocal about her battle since 2009.

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“I want out of this conservatorship," Spears is heard saying in what Lufti claims is a voicemail over a decade old.

Detailing exactly what she was going through at the time, Spears continued, “I’ve been blackmailed by visitation with my babies by the conservatorship. I’m confined, restrained and stripped of my civil rights. And I demand the state of California to review this case because I feel it’s illegal. Bye.”

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In a different post, the Oops!... I Did It Again singer seemingly turned the focus on her father.

“I’m calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating the conservatorship that my father has threatened me several times, that you know, he’ll take my children away,” the star can be heard saying.

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Making it clear that her sons have always been her #1 priority, Spears added, “I just want to be guaranteed that everything will be fine with the process and that you guys are taking care of everything, that things will stay the same as far as my custodial time.”

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Another voicemail reveals that Spears has been expressing her desire to replace her original court-appointed attorney, Samuel D. Ingham III, since 2009.

As Radar reported, he finally stepped down earlier this month after over a decade on the job.

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“I want Jon Eardley and John Patterson to represent me as court-appointed attorney in my best interests and my best wishes,” Spears said in the clip.

Lufti's final post was a screenshot of a 2008 email from Spears in which the singer wrote, "I’m being held against my will" and “I can’t exercise my constitutional rights.”

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She also makes it clear that she's in "sound mind and body" and wanted Jon Eardley to represent her.

Months later, a California court denied her request for Eardley.

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While her ex-manager has released these voicemails before, Lufti now says "can't believe nothing has changed" for the pop star.

"She will never get those years back, her children were robbed of a huge chunk of history with their mother," he wrote.

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Last week, Spears scored a win when the judge approved her request to place former federal prosecutor Mathew Rosengart as her court-appointed attorney in her battle against her father.

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