Justin Timberlake Slams Britney Spears’ Conservatorship & Sends His ‘Love’ To Her: ‘Let Her Live’


‘Jess & I send our love and our absolute support to Britney throughout this time,’Justin also tweeted simply hours after Britney’s bombshell testimony versus her conservatorship.

Justin Timberlake, 40, publicly expressed support for ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, 39, after she spoke up in court versus her firmly managed conservatorship under daddy Jamie Spears, 68. “After what we saw today, we need to all be supporting Britney at this time,” the Justified singer started a thread of tweets, posted on Wednesday, June 23. “No matter our past, good and bad, and no matter for how long ago it was … what’s taking place to her is just not right,” Justin penned.

“No lady needs to ever be restricted from making choices about her own body,” he also stated, referencing Britney’s stunning claims that she is unable to have a 3rd kid with partner Sam Asghari, 27, due to having an IUD that prevents pregnancy. Of note, Britney is mommy to sons Jayden James, 14, and Sean Preston, 15, with ex-husband Kevin Federline, 43. “Nobody ought to EVER be held versus their will … or ever need to ask approval to gain access to everything they’ve worked so hard for … [my spouse Jessica Biel] and I send our love, and our absolute assistance to Britney throughout this time. We hope the courts, and her household make this right and let her live however she wishes to live,” he concluded.

Britney and Justin have a lengthy history together, dating back to their time as kids on The Mickey Mouse Club. Justin co-starred on the show at the age of 12 between 1993 and 1994 alongside 11-year-old Britney, which prompted a close relationship in between Britney’s mother Lynne Spears and Justin’s mommy Lynn Bomar Harless.
The duo unforgettably dated as teenagers from 1999– 2002, splitting with a sour split that motivated Justin’s renowned single “Cry Me A River.” In the video for the tune, directed by Francis Lawrence, Justin follows a Britney lookalike as sings about being cheated on. Although Justin never ever straight said Britney cheated, it was extensively presumed by fans that was the reason for the split. In a later interview, the Palmer star also made inappropriate comments about the couple’s sex life.

Justin’s public treatment of Britney was a centerpiece of questionable Hulu documentary Framing Britney Spears, which detailed her on-going conservatorship. The “Like I Love You” vocalist released an apology for his “misogynistic” behavior quickly after the film aired via Instagram. “I’ve seen the messages, tags, remarks, and concerns and I wish to react. I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke up of turn, or did not defend what was right,” Justin wrote on Instagram on February 12, referencing the profusion of remarks from fans criticizing his previous actions.

“I comprehend that I fell short in these minutes and in many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny,” he penned. “I specifically wish to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both separately, since I take care of and regard these females and I understand I stopped working,” Justin continued. “I also feel obliged to react, in part, since everybody involved should have better and most significantly, because this is a bigger conversation that I wholeheartedly wish to become part of and grow from.”

Released at Thu, 24 Jun 2021 01:41:41 +0000