Britney Spears Spotted!

Written by on April 23, 2019

For the first time since residing in Vegas, Britney Spears was seen exiting the Montage Hotel.

Source via by Dax Holt

She was spending the Easter holiday with her boyfriend Sam Asghari in Beverly Hills when she was spotted. According to TMZ, she was admitted to a mental health facility after reportedly being distraught about her father’s major health issues.

Her father, Jamie Spears, had undergone 2 huge surgeries at the end of the year from a ruptured colon, from there on Britney Spears’s life had been sent into a tailspin.

Since then, there have been numerous rumors about the singer’s situation at the facility. One of the most recent claims said that she was being held at the facility against her own will. An alarming voicemail that was aired during Britney’s Gram podcast where hosts Barbara Grey and Tess Barker alluded that Spears’s conservatorship, money and health could be the reasons that she was checked in without her approval.

Another rumor floating around says that Spears had stopped taking her medications, which forced her father to pull the plug on her Domination Las Vegas residency and check her into the facility against her will.

The rumors that float about have many fans worried about her safety, as they began a hashtag #FreeBritney, which didn’t take long to catch steam on Twitter.

Contrary to the public’s beliefs and rumors, however, photos that have been released to the press don’t appear to show her being held against her will. Rather, it seems that she is able to come and go as she pleases, including a mini get-away for a holiday celebration with her man at a luxury hotel before she returned to the facility.

Britney has been under a conservatorship since 2008 for issues tied to her mental health. The conservatorship states that she is legally required to surrender financial and lifestyle rights. Her father Jamie Spears has been manning the the ship for the last 11 years with no end in site.

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