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  1. 18 points
    It’s not like her performances are decade-defining cultural moments and the Grammys are kind of out of touch with reality so they both saved some time.
  2. 16 points
  3. 14 points
    FYI - according to california law, a conservator cannot place a conservatee in a mental facility and/or rehab if they aren't willing - it would have to be approved by court. britney has rights. she isn't there against her will... stop listening to this god forsaken creepy ass intrusive podcast ran by OBSESSIVE and SCARY fans. it's messing with your brain and some of y'all are already weird as fuck as is.
  4. 13 points
    For god's sake he was taking a fucking picture with her which she AGREED to.
  5. 13 points
    My point of view and some personal history: When I was 15, I attempted suicide and was immediately placed, against my will, in a local psychiatric hospital after the initial detox phase in a regular hospital. I'm not entirely sure how long I was there, maybe 2 or 3 weeks? The things I witnessed were traumatic. 6 months later, I was then sent away to a treatment facility in the Bay Area (again, against my will), where I remained for a year and a half. I was given an ultimatum: Go to this program or go to a lockdown facility in Utah. My mother signed my life away. She had sole legal custody, so my dad couldn't do anything. Was I under a conservatorship? I'm not sure. I wanted to run away but I stayed put. Some girls ran away. Some came back. Others opted to go to juvi instead. They let me out when I graduated high school, at age 17. My parents drove me up there, but some are essentially kidnapped from their homes (usually while they're asleep) without prior knowledge that they are being committed (this happened to some of my friends), which you can read more about here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/jm5ng4/the-legal-industry-for-kidnapping-teens?fbclid=IwAR0l60kTLKvQcl24MXJNUaZBHuQuqwF-cKS_x0KY5-cgRSPSE47T_jNeh-A THIS IS STILL A LEGAL PRACTICE. It happens to minors every day but less often to adults. I would love to assume that it is different for Britney because she is an adult, but the reality is she is seen as a child in the eyes of a law. We don't know exactly what is going on with her, but her story is not all that different from mine. All of this is extremely triggering to me but I've kept my shit together, at least on the forum. They had us on a phase system, which they changed about halfway during my stay there, along with a bunch of rules which made my "work" feel pointless. Everyone moves through programs differently. I didn't get my first phase for 9 months, during which a lot of upsetting things happened that I won't go into right now. I was not allowed to go on a home visit at all until I got my phase. We could have one residential visit from family once a month, unless we had our privileges revoked. The first residential visit for everyone only lasted 15 minutes. After that, we could have 30 minute visits. Those of us that had family that still somewhat cared about us could then have home visits, which could be extended after phasing up. Phase IV meant we could have unsupervised time. That was like, the pinnacle of everything for us. So, like I said earlier, it is not a surprise that Britney was able to leave the program to get her hair done. Every program has slightly different rules (but not drastically different) and Britney is already experienced with that kind of system. People that have been in treatment centers before are more likely to "graduate" quickly. (One girl graduated the program in 9 months, which was unheard of, but they put her on some kind of fast track.) Maybe she's allowed to use her phone, maybe not. The fact that she used one doesn't mean she's allowed to. So, when y'all say that it's unrealistic or unbelievable, believe it because this is life for some of us.
  6. 13 points
    “I’m happy and everything is fine”
  7. 12 points
    Hey guys, it’s me ✌ Just wanted to quickly mention that Slumber Party is one of Britney’s best songs ever. Carry on (if you must).
  8. 12 points
    False. We have not been able to corroborate any of the details and would never publish mindless speculation about someone’s mental health.
  9. 11 points
  10. 11 points
    Honestly i've been staying out of this entire thing because so far everything is just speculation but the fact that this is now blowing up and her team isn't saying anything, and that the two girls who started this rumor haven't been contacted or sued is kind of suspicious... If this was all fake wouldn't her team sue them for libel? obviously i'm not a lawyer and we have no idea what's really going on but things just aren't adding up. If this was all fake it would be so easy to address and show that everything is fine. At the end of the day I think the two things we can ALL agree on are that there's more to this story than Britney's team wants us to know and that we all just want what's best for Britney.
  11. 11 points
    This thread is like Yvie vs Silky vs Vanjie and I’m team no one cause yall’s a mess.

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