Britney Spears responded to rumors that she was being held at a wellness center against her will, and said her family had received death threats Tuesday night in a video posted on Instagram. COMMENTS THAT SAY, & # 39; SINGER & # 39; BACK HER FREEDOM & # 39; TO SAY & # 39;
Fans started the #FreeBritney based on unfounded rumors that the 37-year-old pop star was being held by her father, Jamie Spears, in a psychiatric ward against her will. The 66-year-old won the March following the lawyer's abrupt resignation in March Singer Andrew Wallet the sole preservation of her daughter's estate.
Ever since her public collapse in 2008, Wallet had controlled Spears' finances at a psychiatric treatment facility earlier this month to help her cope with her father's declining health, Fox News previously reported.
"There are rumors, death threats for my family and my team, and just so. Something crazy is said," Spears wrote on Tuesday, without clarifying whether she was housed in the psychiatric ward against her will or if she volunteered to "My situation is unique, but I promise I'll make the best that's best at that moment," she added.
Britney's mother, Lynne Spears, 63, filled the fire with fuel and liked last Week some comments on her own Instagram post that supported the rumors that her daughter would be imprisoned. "Give Britney her freedom back, her voice, her life! Love you, #freeBritney, "read a post the Matriarch liked.
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The" Toxic "singer has finished the Tuesday post by telling the fans She assures that she is strong and stands for what she wants. "Her love and dedication are amazing, but what I need now is a bit of privacy to cope with all the hard things that life has to do with me Spears said, "The singer announced in January that she would take an indefinite break in her show" Britney: Domination "in Las Vegas to be with her father while fighting a serious intestinal condition
Jessica Napoli, Tyler of Fox News McCarthy and Ann W. Schmidt have contributed to this report.