Aubrey O'Day Doubts Britney Spears Is Being Held Against Her Will
Aubrey O'Day doesn't buy the idea of the #FreeBritney movement. The reality star recently came out to poke holes in the conspiracy theory that Britney has been trapped in a conservatorship against her will.
This Thursday, the 36-year-old tweeted how she didn't believe in the whole conspiracy theory, citing a recent video from the pop star in which she "talked nonsense" while wearing retainers.
O'Day asked her fans and followers if it was possible Britney was "sincerely sick" and her fans just can't come to terms with it. Page Six says O'Day referenced an Instagram video released on Thursday in which Britney talked about her favorite Disney movies.
While standing in front of a yellow backdrop, the iconic pop star talked about her all-time favorite movies. She also admitted to talking funny on account of a retainer she had to wear.
One super-fan of Spears argued that just because Britney had mental issues, it didn't mean another person had the right to take her freedom away from her. O'Day acknowledged the music business was very hard on people, however, she argued that turning her condition into a conspiracy theory wasn't the right choice to make either.
In other news, Spears' brother, Bryan, came out to say how frustrating the situation was for the entire family. Despite that, he acknowledged how the family decided it was ultimately the right thing to do, that being the conservatorship.
As it was previously reported, Britney's father, Jamie Spears, has taken care of her for approximately twelve years. Jamie has held his conservatorship over the pop star due to her mental health issues which were on full display in the mid-2000s.
Currently, however, Britney's conservator is Jodi Pais Montgomery, who will serve as her conservator until the 22nd of August. This past week, Britney's mother, Lynne Spears, filed documents demanding to be included in all of her daughter's conservatorship choices going forward.
In recent years, it was revealed Britney had to cancel her Las Vegas residency because of her father's health issues.