Despite a challenging week, Britney Spears he says he is hopeful for his future.
The pop star gave explosive testimony in Los Angeles court last Thursday, in which she claimed he had been under “abuse” and “demoralizing” conservatorship for the past 13 years.
After saying his article in front of a California judge and asking for the guardianship to be terminated, Spears escaped to Hawaii with her long-time boyfriend, Sam Asghari, where she has been able to reboot and recharge.
In a new clip shared on Instagram from her vacation, the 39-year-old looked carefree and relaxed as she enjoyed the view and danced in her hotel room overlooking the beach on Maui.
“I like the sound of the ocean at night and I like to hear people laugh from my balcony. Here is a union and it is endless !!!” She captioned the video, in which she was also seen playing in the sand.
“Here I am playing on the land and making angels in the sand of the ocean 🌊🏝🐚 !!!! More to come … more to share … more to dream … more to wait … and many more to pray !!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL !!!! Here it is for Maui 🌴🌅🏖 !!!! “
Spears and her 27-year-old boyfriend have spent time on the island of Maui this past week, the freedom they so longed for. In her testimony a few days ago, she told the judge that she wanted the freedom to travel in her boyfriend’s car without permission and also claimed that her guardians prevented her from starting a family with Asghari.
“I can’t get married or have a baby, I have an IUD inside of me right now so I don’t get pregnant,” she said in a 24-minute statement filed with the court the 24th of June. “I wanted to get the IUD removed so I could start trying to have another baby. But this so-called team won’t let me go to the doctor to remove it because they don’t want me to have any more children.
“Basically, this guardianship is doing me a lot more harm than good. I deserve to have the same rights as anyone, having a child, a family, any of those things, and more.”
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