- Britney Spears’ 13-year-old conservatory was officially closed on Friday.
- Spears said she enjoys small freedoms like having her own money and the keys to her car.
- She said she hopes her story will result in changes to the conservatory system.
After being released from her conservatory last Friday, Britney Spears has uploaded a video to her social media accounts that answer a question that many of her fans are thinking: What’s next?
“I’ve been in a conservatory for 13 years. It’s a really long time to be in a situation you do not want to be in, so I’m honestly grateful for every day,” Spears said.
—Britney Spears (@britneyspears) November 17, 2021
Spears added that “little things” like having the keys to his car, owning an ATM card and buying candles, have made a “big difference.” She added that she will advocate for people with disabilities and diseases in conservatories.
“Hopefully, my story will make an impact and make some changes to the corrupt system,” Spears said.
She also thanked people involved in the #FreeBritney movement for saving her life, speaking on her behalf and raising public awareness before wishing her followers a good rest of their years.
“You rocker, honestly. My voice was muffled and threatened for so long. I was not able to say or say anything,” Spears said. “Because of you, I honestly believe you saved my life.”
As Judge Brenda Penny complied with the singer’s request to terminate the conservatory over both her person and her property, dedicated fans cried, sang and danced outside the Stanley Mosque Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles.