Britney Spears’ agent has called for an end to her guardianship.
In a lengthy Instagram post, Cade Hudson revealed that he previously remained silent in an attempt to save his career, but he has “officially ended the silence” and wants 39-year-old Britney to be free of her father’s control, Jamie Spears.
TMZ reports that Hudson wrote on his private Instagram page: “I’ve kept my mouth shut for over 12 years on Britney. Enough. After thousands of death threats, when water bottles were thrown at my head in bars because of witnesses. I’m brainwashing her – now Britney speaks.
Britney, who has been blamed for some mistakes as a new mom at 26 with 100 cameras on her face every day waiting to be documented for any wrong step she has taken, is falling under the relentless conservatism? Sexism at its best.
“It’s a violation of someone’s basic human rights that were taken away. I kept my mouth shut for fear of losing my job as her agent and losing the career I’ve worked to create for 15 years. Threats from the man we are all we know, but I won’t even mention his name with dignity. I officially shut up. “
Cade added that there was “one man” who always cared about Britney’s best interests, but he was “silenced.”
He wrote: “The system and the public have failed her. Her new attorney is the best of the best and knows the work has just begun, but it’s progress and hope, and that’s all we can ask for now until action is taken.
“I will end with a few things, one person who was in her life (again legally cannot give names) was also forced by people around her. You mufflers know who you are. This person deeply cares about her interests. my girlfriend.
“Even if people don’t see it now, it will open up. For those who need to worry, you also know who you are.
“Nonsense needs to end and the healing process needs to begin. The lord has a tendency to pay off these people in his own way. So this is the first time I’m publicly speaking #FREEBRITNEY. “
Britney has called for an end to her “abusive” guardianship, and a judge recently gave permission to hire Matthew S. Rosengart, a former federal attorney, to represent her.