Spears said: “The #FreeBritney movement – you guys have to dance.” “Honestly, my voice was muted and threatened for a long time, and I couldn’t speak or say anything… I honestly think you guys saved my life. , in a 100% way.”
Spears said in her latest Instagram video, joking that she was sharing a “hint” of her thoughts ahead of her tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
In her video, the singer said “small things” made a “huge difference” when the conservatorship ended.
“So I’m really grateful every day and can have my car keys and be independent and feel like a woman,” Spears told fans in her video. fans in his videos. “Own an ATM card, see cash for the first time, can buy candles …”
“I’m not here to be a victim,” she said. “I’ve lived with victims all my life as a child, that’s why I’ve been out of the house and working for 20 years… I’m here to be an advocate for people with disabilities and diseases. really.”
In the Instagram caption that accompanies her video, Spears seems to echo her court statements about conservatorship, calling it “degradation and deterioration”.
Although Spears is now free, her attorney, Matthew Rosengart, filed a 110-page lawsuit seeking to depose Jamie Spears last month, and demanding discovery related to alleged pop star surveillance. .
CNN’s Chloe Melas contributed to this report.