Our goal is to end the conservatorship of Britney Spears and raise awareness about conservatorship abuse.
For 13 years, Britney has been denied basic human rights under a probate conservatorship designed for incapacitated individuals. Under conservatorship, she has been denied the freedom to make phone calls, operate a motor vehicle, send and receive mail, and access her finances. We believe that members of Britney’s family and team exploited Britney’s public troubles in 2007 and the probate court system for financial gain.
Since the beginning of the conservatorship that deemed her "unfit" to care for herself, Britney has:
Probate conservatorship is a protective measure for incapacitated individuals, and Britney’s achievements prove that her conservatorship is inappropriate. We advocate healthy support systems and alternatives to conservatorship if necessary.
That said, we don't claim to know Britney's medical history and believe it should remain private. Misleading the public about Britney's mental state is a common tactic among those invested in keeping the conservatorship in place. Moreover, implying that mental illness justifies the removal of human rights is dangerously stigmatizing.
Spreading awareness is the easiest and most effective way to help. Public awareness will add pressure on those involved in Britney’s case to do the right thing, help families avoid being exploited by the probate court system, and move the needle toward meaningful reform.
That's why we are crowdfunding a billboard to get the attention of lawmakers, #FreeBritney supporters, her family and their lawyers, and Britney herself in the hopes to strengthen her resolve in her fight over her conservatorship.