In the fight to have her father ‘fired’ Jamie as curator, Britney Spears, 38, has been offered help from the American Civil Liberties Union. This organization believes that the pop star has a right to control her own life and that she can count on their help if necessary. This reports ‘Page Six’.
“If Britney Spears wants to get out of her father’s yoke, we’re here for her”
“People facing certain difficulties still have the right to control their own lives and claim their civil rights. If Britney Spears wants to get out of her father’s yoke, we are here for her,” said ACLU.
Conservatorships can result in serious financial, physical, or emotional abuse. https://t.co/bIt8rpnSm0— ACLU (@ACLU) August 23, 2020
The 38-year-old Spears has wanted to get rid of father Jamie as a curator for a while and would prefer her care manager Jodie Montgomery to take over his duties completely. Since September 2019, Jodie has already temporarily taken over the role of curator, because Jamie was struggling with health problems.