A new report about Britney Spears and her fight to end her conservatorship has revealed some shocking new details.
Ronan Farrow is the co-author of a new article in The New Yorker, which was published on Saturday morning (July 3). In the report, it’s alleged that Britney called 911 on the night before she gave testimony in court.
Click inside to find out why she called for help…
The report says that on “the eve of the hearing, according both to a person close to Spears and to law enforcement in Ventura County, California, where she lives, Spears called 911 to report herself as a victim of conservatorship abuse.”
The county decided to seal the records of the call, citing an ongoing investigation.
The report also gave some new details about the meetings Britney‘s team had every week. They wrote, “every Thursday at noon, about ten people responsible for managing Spears’s legal and business affairs, public relations, and social media met to discuss merchandise deals, song-license requests, and Spears’s posts to Instagram and Twitter.”
It’s alleged in the article that Britney writes her own social media posts and submits them to her team at CrowdSurf. There have been posts that were deemed “too sensitive to upload” because they raise legal questions.
You can read the full report at NewYorker.com.