The conservatorship that oversees Britney Spears' personal life and career sued the creator of a blog devoted to the pop superstar Wednesday in an increasingly aggressive effort to push back against the so-called "Free Britney" movement, which alleges the singer is being controlled against her will. The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles alleges that Anthony Elia, who runs the website Absolute Britney, has falsely claimed the court-ordered conservatorship has manipulated Spears' Instagram account to make her appear more troubled and in need of help than she actually is. "It is time for the conspiracy theories about Britney Spears' well-being and the mob #FreeBritney movement to stop," the lawsuit states in its opening line.
The performer interrupted her romantic getaway to accuse the paparazzi of Photoshopping her bikini body to add 40 pounds to frame.
The post has emerged in the middle of the singer's court allegations against her father.
Britney Spears' manager Larry Rudolph doesn't want the star to return to the spotlight until she's 'physically and mentally' ready.
The singer addressed death threats made to her family and team, as well as accusing her former manager of sending fake emails on her behalf.
Lynne Spears, the mother of singer Britney Spears, has concerned her daughter's fans, after she ‘liked’ online comments demanding that the singer to be given back her freedom.
Britney Spears announced on Instagram that she was due a little "me time" and encouraged her followers to look after their minds, bodies and spirits.