In an article on the website of New Yorker status Lynn first reacted to Britney’s receivership last month: “I have mixed feelings about it. I don’t know what to think. There’s a lot of pain and a lot of anxiety.” She also said, in a sarcastic tone, that she is known to do well.
Lynn, by the way, revealed in a whispered voice, because she was afraid that any of the relatives would hear her speaking to a journalist.
It was announced last week that Britney had called 911 the day before the hearing. This was reported in another study by New YorkerJournalists Ronan Farrow and Gia Tolentino. Britney called the number “to report herself as a guardianship victim.”
While a record of 911 calls in the United States is usually publicly available, Ventura County, the county where Britney lives in California, has closed Britney’s call records. This was decided due to the ongoing investigation into her father Jamie’s guardianship. He does not know what the consequences of her call to the emergency line will be.
You can see the latest developments in the case in the video below.
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