Justin Timberlake repeatedly voiced support for ex-girlfriend Britney Spears on Wednesday after the “Toxic” singer’s startling claims about her guardianship.
In a series of tweets, Timberlake wrote that he and his wife Jessica Biel were sending their love and “absolute support to Britney during this time.”
“It doesn’t matter what our past is, good or bad, and it doesn’t matter how long it’s been… what is happening to him is just not right,” added Timberlake.
In a court hearing on Wednesday, Spears accused her conservatives, including her father Jamie, of forcing her to take lithium to the point that she felt drunk and forcing it to perform when she wasn’t. didn’t want it.
The pop star, 39, said in remote testimony that she was denied access to a doctor to have her contraceptive device removed so she could have another child.
“No woman should be prevented from making decisions about her own body,” commented Timberlake.
Spears said the control of her masters had been traumatic and abusive, suggesting that she had been trapped in her own life.
“No one should NEVER be held against their will… or have to ask permission to access anything they’ve worked so hard for,” Timberlake wrote.
“We hope the courts and her family will fix things and let her live the way she wants. “
Spears has been in guardianship since 2008 after mental health issues.
Timberlake and Spears, former co-stars of Disney’s “Mickey Mouse Club”, were famous between 1999 and 2002.
Earlier this year, an apologizing Timberlake said he had “not” supported Spears after a new documentary “Framing Britney Spears” portrayed him as lacking in compassion. Spears fans also resented her music video for “Cry Me A River,” which many said accused Spears of cheating on him and portrayed her as a villain in the relationship.
“I think everyone has a version of their story, to make them feel a certain way,” Spears said in an interview in 2003.
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