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Britney Spears Claims Her Father Forced Her Into Mental Health Facility & Made Her Take Drugs

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Aug. 12 2020, Updated 6:55 p.m. ET

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Britney Spears wants to end her 11-year long conservatorship. During her recent court hearing, the singer reportedly told a judge that her father Jamie Spears forced to her to enter a mental health facility against her will.

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On April 3, the singer headed to rehab for a 30-day stint in Los Angeles. At the time, she wrote on Instagram, "We all need to take time for a little me time.'”

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However, according to a report, Britney, 37, claimed that Jaime who forced her enter the facility. She also reportedly claimed that her father made her take drugs.

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Her mother Lynne’s lawyer allegedly agreed with Britney’s accusation and Lynne is hoping to become her daughter’s co-conservator.

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Even as Britney’s conservator, Jaime has no authority to force his daughter into treatment without her consent — doing so could be considered illegal.

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A source close to the “Toxic” singer claimed that after asking and failing to receive more freedom from her current conservatorship, she now wants to end the 11-year long legal arrangement.

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The judge overseeing the case has reportedly ordered an expert to evaluate Britney’s mental health and well-being. A decision on the future of the conservatorship won’t be made until the results are returned.

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