BRITNEY Spears virtually appeared at her most recent court hearing on Wednesday.
The singer sounded confident and angry until the end when she started talking about the investigation into her father.
She cried really hard and the judge told her to take a minute, while she wasn’t supposed to speak but interrupted the judge twice and asked if she could.
Earlier in the day, the ACLU announced on Twitter that they filed an amicus brief in support of Britney Spears on Tuesday, along with 25 other organizations.
The singer is headed back to court for her conservatorship hearing’s continuation in a Los Angeles court on Wednesday.
“We’re urging the court to let Britney exercise her right to select her own attorney and ensure Britney has access to assistance and tools to make this choice, including supported decision-making,” the ACLU said of her case in a tweet.
The Toxic singer spoke out for the first time about the appointment during her June 23rd hearing, as she slammed her father and other guardians as “abusive.”
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