Britney calls on more celebrities to speak up about conservatorship nightmare

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Britney Spears is calling on her celeb peers to speak up about abusive systems. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/ Getty Images)
Britney Spears is calling on her celeb peers to speak up about abusive systems. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/ Getty Images)

Weeks after 13-year conservatorship battle ended, Britney Spears is calling out her peers for not speaking on her behalf.

The latest celebrity in the firing line is Christina Aguilera.

When the Lady Marmalade singer was recently asked about Britney's conservatorship ending, Christina said, “I can't, but I'm happy for her.”

Britney (39) was furious by Christina's refusal to defend her, even though she spoke up for her a few months ago.

“I love and adore everyone who supported me," Britney said on social media.

"But refusing to speak when you know the truth is equivalent to a lie. 13 years being in a corrupt abusive system yet why is it such a hard topic for people to talk about? I'm the one who went through it!”

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Other stars have been vocal in their support for Britney after her conservatorship ended two weeks ago and celebrated the pop singer regaining control of her life.



Meanwhile, Britney, has been having a blast doing all the things she was banned from doing over the past 13 years.


In addition to drinking champagne to celebrate her new-found freedom, she's also planning her dream wedding with her boyfriend of four years, Sam Asghari.

The Slave for You singer has confirmed long-time friend Donatella Versace will make her wedding dress.

Britney also plans to have a family with Sam (27).

Back in June, she said she wanted to have a baby with the personal trainer and actor.

She’s been mum on if she will ever get back to the studio, but sources say she's been in touch with music manager Bobby Campbell, who has worked with Lady Gaga since 2014.

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While Britney is now free, she hasn’t forgotten other artists in similar situations.

Her lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, has now joined the legal team battling to free legendary artist Peter Max from his guardianship.

Peter, who suffers from Alzheimers Disease, was placed under guardianship in December 2016 after a court ruled that he needed protection from alleged physical, mental, and emotional abuse by his then-second wife, Mary.

Matthew and Max’s daughter, Libra, are fighting to end his guardianship, which she describes as a prison.  

Libra says her 84-year-old father has been isolated in his Upper West Side apartment.

Friends and family are required to sign non-disclosure agreements before they can even talk to him on the phone and they are only allowed to visit for an hour after getting permission from his guardians.

Peter has also had his phone and pets taken away from him.

If anyone is able to free him, it's Britney's lawyer.

"Mathew Rosengart has helped changed my life," she says of the legal eagle.

Sources: eonline.com, mirror.co.uk, yahoo.com, nypost.com

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