Britney Spears appeared stressed at LA sheriff’s station before she broke silence on conservatorship against dad Jamie

BRITNEY Spears was seen looking stressed at a LA sheriff’s station one day before she breaks her silence on conservatorship against dad Jamie. 

The pop icon was prepping to speak at Los Angeles Superior Court tomorrow for the first time ever in attempt to break free from the 13-year-long legal matter that controls her life. 


Britney looked stressed at an LA Sheriff’s office[/caption]


She made the outing one day before speaking against her father in her conservatorship hearing[/caption]

In pictures obtained by The Sun, Britney, 39, was spotted exiting the Ventura County Sheriff’s department – which is near her $7.4 million Thousand Oaks, CA home. 

The singer did not appear to be with anyone else but a bodyguard as she walked out of the building in brown platform heels. 

She also wore a wrinkled and slightly unbuttoned white shirt but showed off her legs with tiny denim shorts and a long grey cardigan. 

Britney’s eyes were hidden behind sunglasses as her blonde hair was pulled back in a messy bun. 


Britney was spotted exiting the Ventura County Sheriff’s department[/caption]


The department is near her $7.4 million Thousand Oaks, CA home[/caption]


The singer was accompanied by a bodyguard[/caption]


She was seen just one day before she spoke at her conservatorship hearing[/caption]

As she left the premises, the Toxic songstress appeared to be stressed and had a concerned look on her face as she dashed to her waiting car. 

The singer appeared in court on Wednesday amid her conservatorship battle with her father Jamie Spears.

Britney’s court appearance marked the first time she’s publicly spoken out against the conservatorship, which was implemented in 2008 after a series of public meltdowns.

The legal agreement prevents Britney from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.


The singer made a number of shocking claims during her first court appearance[/caption]


Britney claimed her family forced her to attend rehab where they ‘tried to hurt’ her[/caption]


She insisted Jamie ‘loved’ the unconventional rehab[/caption]

Under the conservatorship, her life and her multi-million-dollar fortune have been under the supervision of Jamie.

The singer dropped a number of bombshells as she took the stand via audio, including that her family sent her to a $60K rehab at a small Los Angeles home.

Britney claimed the people that ran the rehab center were trying to hurt her, while her dad allegedly “loved it.”

She also compared the “abusive” conservatorship to sex trafficking, stating: “In California, the only similar thing to this is called sex trafficking, making anyone work against their will.

“And taking all their possessions away, credit card, cash, phone, passport.”


The mother of two said the conservatorship prevents her from having more kids[/caption]


She said she wants to marry boyfriend Sam[/caption]

Also during the hearing, Britney said she wants to marry and take out her IUD to have another baby but is unable to grow her family because her “conservator won’t let her.”

The hitmaker said: “I want to get married and have a baby.  

“I wanted to take the IUD out and have a baby but conservator won’t let me because they don’t want me to have a baby.”

Britney is already the mother to sons Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14, with ex-husband Kevin Federline.

The Womanizer singer has been in a relationship with Sam Asghari, 27, since meeting in 2016 – he has been in her corner, even wearing a “Free Britney” shirt on the day of her court battle.


The singer met boyfriend Sam back in 2016[/caption]

Another shocking claim made during the hearing was that Britney was “forced” by her team to take Lithium as a “punishment.”

The singer said her manager accused her of being uncooperative during a 2018 tour and had her therapist put her on the meds.

She recalled that the medicine made her feel “drunk,” though “no one cared.”


She claimed she was ‘forced to take Lithium’ as a ‘punishment’[/caption]


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