Britney Spears wants out of her 13-year conservatorship and plans to sue her dad, Jamie Spears.
The 39-year-old pop princess -- who has been fairly quiet for over a decade on the matter -- addressed the judge for the first time during a virtual hearing on Wednesday.
Britney's divorced parents were present for the meeting, but that didn't stop her from going off.
According to reports, the singer is so upset with her family that she wants to sue.
Britney also told the judge she does not want to further medical evaluation. She's tired of going to therapy three times a week and wants to limit her session to just once a week. The star also wants to do her therapy sessions from home.
Her mom, Lynne Spears, emphasized that she wants her daughter's wishes to be heard.
The Grammy winner spoke up several times, making it clear she wants out of her conservatorship, to which her father objected.
The hearing ended with the judge thanking Britney for having the courage to speak out. The judge's decision will be presented at a later date.
In April, it was revealed that Britney was granted permission to speak to the judge openly about her conservatorship. Many assumed she wouldn't hesitate to discuss her troubled relationship with her dad.
While Jamie is no longer Britney's personal conservator, he still manages her business affairs like dealing with money and her estate.
On Tuesday, The New York Times published a bombshell report from confidential court records never before seen by the public.
Britney has reportedly been telling the court she wants out of her conservatorship for years, despite her father claiming otherwise, reported the outlet.
A court official pointed out how frustrated Britney is with Jamie's power over her life. “She articulated she feels the conservatorship has become an oppressive and controlling tool against her," the documents reportedly read.
She also claimed that Jamie forced her into a mental health facility in 2019 and would pressure her to perform against her will.
Over the past few years, the Lucky singer has become more vocal about wanting Jamie removed from the conservatorship. She has even refused to perform if he continues to take charge of her life.
Britney's mother has also stepped in.
She told the court her ex-husband should be cut off and described his relationship with their daughter as “toxic.”
In April, Lynne demanded Jamie repays thousands of dollars to Britney's estate.
She made the bold move to object Jamie's $890,000 in legal fees from the law firm Holland & Knight that have been accumulating since October 2020 claiming the services were not “performed in good faith for the benefit” of Britney.
As Radar exclusively reported, Jamie fired back with claims that Lynne is dragging a man he once called a “predator” into their conservatorship court battle.
On Tuesday, sheriff's deputies showed up at Britney's Los Angeles home at the singer's request.
A spokesperson for the Ventura County Sheriff's Department told Radar, the pop star went to their office first but was only there for a "brief period" before begging officers to meet her at her house.
Radar learned that deputies agreed and went to Britney's nearby property. We're told the singer gave officers information about a "civil issue," but no report was taken.
Sources tell us there's mystery surrounding Britney's visit to the station, and even her closest allies are unaware of the bizarre reasoning behind it.