When comedians Tess Barker and Babs Gray launched their podcast Britney’s Gram, their biggest dream was for Britney Spears to repost one of their memes. The more she posted images and captions that seemed to point to her lack of freedom, the more curious they became about the machinations limiting Britney’s rights and finances.
So, they started to dig. They never imagined they’d be sucked into a years-long investigation of the pop princess’s legal conservatorship, receive anonymous tips, and end up launching a movement to #FreeBritney.
Now they’re laying out everything you need to know about Britney Spears, the controversial conservatorship that gives her father complete control of her money, and the movement of fans trying to end it. They talk to exclusive sources, examine new sides of the story and uncover disturbing truths about our legal system that go way beyond Britney.
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