June 23, 2022

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Free Britney’ tweets by Elon Musk to join the list of celebrity anti-conservation

Elon Musk Tweets 'Free Britney'

Elon Musk Tweets 'Free Britney'

In the context of her conservative Free Britney’ tweets by Elon Musk to join the list of celebrity anti-conservation campaign, Elon Musk put his name to a significant number of celebrities that support the British Spears campaign.

The pop diva testified late last month that she cannot remove her intra-uterine contraceptive device under curatorship, Spears (39) has been given an outpouring of support by the public in the previous few days.

This aid has now increased following records filed on Wednesday by the Los Angeles Superior Court, showing that Judge Brenda J. Penny refused Spears’ legal team’s plea for her dad, Jamie Spears, to be removed as her estate’s conservator.

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In the early hours of Monday morning, SpaceX CEO Musk reaffirmed his devotion to Spears when he posted “free Britney” on Twitter.

Among the over 58 million followers of the contractor, the tweet proved to be popular with over 70,000 people in less than an hour.

The celebrity has been supported in recent times by several celebrities—including Spears’ former boyfriend Justin Timberlake, the singer Mariah Carey, the actress Rose McGowan, and the comic Kathy Griffin—as the protracted struggle at court continues to take on its headlines.

During a court hearing this month the pop singer lambasted her conservatories while making a number of damning charges.

Britney had also phoned 911 just hours before she went to court on June 23, “to report herself as a victim of the abuses of conservatives.”

“Exploiting my life is a fantastic job for someone. She pushed me to hear and hear what I must say, I feel that this should be an open-court hearing.

She added, addressing the court via phone, “I want to be allowed to get married and have a child. “I have an IUD in me to keep me out of pregnancy, but [my team] doesn’t want me to have additional kids.”

“Three times a week they have me and a psychiatrist to go to treatment,” she continued. “This conservation is harsh, I honestly think. I don’t feel like I’m going to be able to live a complete life.”