Sam Asghari Proudly Backs Girlfriend Britney Spears Ahead Of Court Appearance
Sam Asghari proves he's a real friend of Britney Spears by rocking a Free Britney shirt amid their ongoing battle for the conservatories.
The 27-year-old personal trainer posted a selfie on his Instagram story Wednesday when Spears is expected to speak about the conservatory in court. In the post he tagged with a lion emoji, he wears a shirt that says "Free Britney".
Fans and followers of the couple will recognize that Asghari Spears is often referred to as his "lioness," while the slogan "Free Britney" has long been attributed to the ongoing struggle Spears has waged to regain control of her personal and financial affairs.
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Spears has long had an argument with the court and her father, Jamie Spears, over a conservatory that was founded when she was 26 years old. At the time, the pop star had been hospitalized for mental health problems and was deemed unable to manage her finances and medical decisions. Her father and another co-restorer, Andrew Wallet, then took control of those decisions.
Wallet resigned in 2019, telling the Los Angeles Times at the time that Britney Spears would suffer "significant harm, irreparable harm and imminent danger" if he did not step down.
Despite strong opposition from Britney Spears, Jamie Spears still has control of the conservatories. In November 2020, a judge granted her request for an outside finance group to work alongside Jamie on the conservatory work and appointed the Bessemer Trust.
Britney Spears and Sam Asghari attend the premiere of
Also in November 2020, Britney Spears attorney Samuel D. Ingham III told the court that she was "afraid of her father" and would "not reappear if her father is responsible for her career."
The news of the Conservatory's influence on the pop star and its internal struggles with it has been circulating for years, with coverage of the situation peaking earlier this year with the release of the New York Times documentary "Framing Britney Spears" in which It describes in detail how the conservatory worked and how the fans gather behind the 38-year-old icon.
It's unclear what Britney Spears, speaking in court on Wednesday, will turn out to be, but it is the first time since May 2019 that she has been allowed to do so. As the New York Times reported earlier this week, she has been "seriously against the conservatories" more frequently than before, "pointing out that it limits everything from" who she has dated with to the color of her kitchen cabinets. "
"She's tired of being taken advantage of and she said she's the one who works and makes her money, but everyone around her is on her payroll," the report said.
Asghari's defense of his girlfriend follows his open opposition to Jamie Spears, which he discussed in his Instagram stories back in February.
In a note to fans following the release of Framing Britney Spears, he wrote, “Now it is important that people understand that I have no respect for someone who is trying to control our relationship and who are constantly putting obstacles in their way Puts away. In my opinion, Jamie is a total cock. I will not go into details because I have always respected our privacy, but at the same time did not come to this country in order not to be able to express my opinion and freedom. "
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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