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Britney Spears greets “Best Day Ever” as fans celebrate the end of their conservatory party

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Wild celebrations broke out in front of a Los Angeles court, with fans sobbing in the street after a judge quit Britney Spears’ conservatory

Britney Spears celebrated “the best day ever” after her Conservatory party closed on Friday, with fans cheering and singing in front of a Los Angeles court to celebrate.

The 39-year-old pop superstar had struggled to end the complex legal regime she was placed under in 2008 amid substance abuse and mental health problems.

The singer’s career, finances and personal life were controlled by her father, Jamie Spears, and professional curator, Jodi Montgomery.

The conservatory had long outraged the singer’s millions of fans, but the pressure to end it had increased over the past year as the previously silent Ms. Spears brought her grievances to the public.

After Friday’s resignation, Ms. Spears celebrated on social media, thanking her dedicated #FreeBritney fans who had gathered outside Los Angeles Superior Court, some of whom had flown in from around the world.

She tweeted, “Good God, I love my fans so much it’s crazy !!! I think I will cry for the rest of the day !!!! Best day ever … praise the Lord … can I get an Amen ?? “

She added the hashtag #FreedBritney.

Pink confetti glittered in the sunny sky as fans danced and sang their song “Stronger,” waving posters with pro Britney Spears slogans.

As the news of the end of the Conservatory leaked through the crowd, wild celebrations broke out, with fans sobbing in the street.

Adam McIntyre, 19, who flew to California from Brighton, described the moment as “electrifying”.

He said, “The sigh of relief, everyone was so grateful. It will do so much for conservatory abuse around the world. And for Britney – she can finally just lead the life she wanted to live. “

Samantha Dussell, 53, of Riverside, California, about a 90-minute drive from Los Angeles, fought back tears while discussing conservatories.

“I’m just really happy for her,” she said. “Because if they haven’t approved, what hope is there for other people? Britney Spears fought a long time, if they can deny her for so long, what hope is there for others?

Speaking in court, the pop star’s attorney Mathew Rosengart said, “It’s been a monumental day for Britney Spears.”

He thanked the #FreeBritney movement, which he believed was essential to terminate the legal agreement.

“We have put in place a safety net for Britney both personally and financially,” he said.

“But as of today Britney is a free woman and she is an independent woman. And the rest, with their support system, lies with Britney. “

Ms. Spears had branded the Conservatory as “abusive” in a high-profile testimony in June, alleging that she had been forced to work against her will and that it had prevented her from removing a contraceptive in order to protect her to care for another child.

Now that she is exempt from the deal, she can marry 27-year-old fiancé Sam Asghari, the Iranian-born actor and model she met on the set of a music video in 2016.

Mr. Spears was suspended from his role as overseer of his daughter’s $ 60 million estate in September that year and was replaced by Ms. Montgomery, who was already responsible for the singer’s personal well-being under the Conservatory.

Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Ms. Montgomery should continue to work to resolve any ongoing financial concerns related to the case.

The judge found no wrongdoing against Mr. Spears, saying only that the “toxic environment” made the move necessary, adding that “the current situation is unsustainable”.

Additional reporting by agencies

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