Britney Spears is free from the conservation that has ruled her life, career and finances for nearly 14 years. A Los Angeles judge terminated the ordered arrangement Friday at the request of the pop star’s legal team, ending her long-running battle.
The hearing was the first since her father, Jamie Spears, was suspended from his role as co-conservator. The decision takes effect immediately.
The verdict comes after Spears made a distressing statement about the conservation in court this June, calling it “abusive” and saying it left her feeling “bullied” and “alone.”
“This week will be very interesting for me,” Britney wrote on Instagram earlier this week. “I haven’t prayed for anything else in my life.”