Britney Spears Invited To Speak Before Congress


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Via:  thrawn-31  •  4 weeks ago  •  16 comments

By:   Cheryl Teh

Britney Spears Invited To Speak Before Congress
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz has extended an invitation to singer Britney Spears to testify in Congress about her conservatorship battle and to tell the tale of how her "life, liberty, and happiness" was taken from her.

It may be extremely surprising to some, myself most of all, but I have actually been keeping a close eye on this. I guess you could say this is my one, weird, out of left field issue that for some reason I genuinely care about. 

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Penning a  letter  co-signed by other GOP lawmakers, including Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Utah Rep. Burgess Owens, and Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs, Gaetz invited Spears to tell her story in Congress.

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Professor Principal
2  CB     4 weeks ago

I heard this Saturday morning that her current conservatorship, Bessemer Trust, asked to resign and has been approved by the court. It is all very interesting indeed. What struck me is how blatant all of this appears and sounds outside of stage-lights.

Professor Quiet
3  cjcold    4 weeks ago

And here I thought Britney was a little too old for Gaetz.

Senior Guide
3.1  XXJefferson51  replied to  cjcold @3    4 weeks ago

Gaetz is married but the two are the same age.  Rose Mc Gowen (sp) took her case to Tucker Carlson Tonight and it exploded from there.  

Buzz of the Orient
Professor Principal
5  Buzz of the Orient    4 weeks ago

I had read that the reason (or a reason) for the judge's decision was because she had consented to the conservatorship.  I wonder how old she was at the time, and whether or not she had any decent advice.  One would think that for a normal person there should be limitations on such a situation, such as an age for its termination. 


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