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Britney Spears: "Her family loves her and wants the best for her," says her son-in-law

Britney Spears: “Her family loves her and wants the best for her,” says her son-in-law

Britney Spears’ son-in-law has spoken out about the pop star’s battle to end her guardianship, saying her family wants the best for her.

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Jamie Watson, husband of Jamie Lynn Spears, told The New York Post That everyone in the family has so much love for the singer as she has been trying to break free from the control of her father, Jimmy Spears, over her life since 2008.

“I can assure you that her family loves her and wants the best for her,” he said. I’m not going to spend my time with people who don’t want to. Who wouldn’t want to support Britney? “

Her comments come days after singer Toxic testified at a hearing in Los Angeles, telling a judge she wanted to end the legal arrangement, saying her entire family “did nothing” while her father controlled every aspect of her life, from her finances to her reproductive rights. .

“I will honestly bring my family to court, to be completely honest with you,” she said. I would also like to be able to share my story with the world and what they have done to me, rather than having it as a secret that benefits them all. “

She also indicated that her family “has been living under guardianship for 13 years”, and revealed that she did not talk about the abusive situation because she found it “embarrassing and demoralizing.”

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“Even my family, they give interviews who they want on the news channels, my family gives interviews, they talk about the situation and make me feel very stupid. I can’t say anything,” she added.

Her father responded to her testimony through his attorney, explaining that he was sorry to hear that she was “in great pain”.

Britney Spears’ mother Lynne Spears said through her lawyer that she was a “very worried mother” after hearing about her daughter.