Britney Spears’ cousin Alli Sims says star ‘was caged then and caged now’ in confined life ‘set before conservatorship’ – The Sun

BRITNEY Spears’ cousin and former personal assistant, Alli Sims, said the singer was “caged then and caged now” as her ongoing conservatorship battle continues.

The comments come as fans furiously demand Britney, 38, take back control of her estate under the hashtag #freebritney.

On Tuesday, an Instagram fan account for the Toxic singer shared throwbacks from a 2007 photoshoot that promoted her fragrance, Believe.

The pop icon bared her toned stomach in a nude crop top with khaki pants.

She was surrounded by symbolic bird cages with a solemn facial expression in the promo shots.

Alli was quick to give insight on what she said occurred behind-the-scenes.

“She came up with the concept to let everyone know she was caged then as well as now and had no freedom!

“Her only freedom was to believe in herself,” Britney’s past bff wrote.

In another message responding to a fan, Alli added that “the caged life was set before a conservatorship.”

Alli was by Britney’s side throughout the ups and downs of her early career – including the star’s infamous 2007 breakdown.

However, in 2009, it appeared the formerly inseparable pair were feuding as Britney went off for her Circus world tour.

Alli released a song of her own later that same year about Britney titled Driving Blind.

Soon after the single’s release, she told Access Hollywood: “I want [Britney] to know that when she hears it, that you know, it is about her and that I miss our friendship.”

While they have not been publicly pictured together in years, it appears over the pair are on better terms.

Alli has frequently liked and commented on Britney’s Instagram posts, with one saying the Toxic singer was “body goals.”

The hit maker’s fanbase has expressed outrage after Britney’s strict conservatorship was recently extended.

Why is #freebritney trending and what does conservatorship mean?

Britney Spear's conservatorship was recently extended after 12 years, sparking outrage from fans.

It was implemented in 2008 after the singer's series of public mental breakdowns.

Her conservatorship prevents her from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.

Britney currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets — those rights were granted to her father and a lawyer 12 years ago.

Fans of Britney Spears say the 38-year-old superstar is being manipulated and controlled under the grounds of her conservatorship.

Under the hashtag #freebritney, they're calling for the end of her conservatorship


Britney currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets — those rights were granted to her father, Jamie Spears, and a lawyer 12 years ago.

Fans have even gone as far as to start a petition demanding to allow Britney to choose her own lawyer in her conservatorship case.

"Since 2008 Britney Spears has been held in a conservatorship, this gives her conservator, Jamie Spears, full control over her life, body and finances/estate," the petition writes.

"Conservatorships are typically used for SEVERELY mentally ill individuals or people in comas.

“Having been on 4 world tours with dangerous flying and fire stunts, it’s safe to say she is sane enough to feed and clothe herself.”

Britney's conservatorship was implemented in 2008 after the star had a series of public meltdowns.

The arrangement put her financial assets, estate, and personal assets under the control of her father and lawyer.

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