In a new post on her Instagram, Britney goes into the details of how her life was managed during those 13 years. The post is rambling, which is understandable given the frustrations she must have accumulated during that time. Britney says she wasn’t allowed to ride in cars with other girls or women, presumably because they would be a bad influence. She also reveals she had up to eight different daily drivers.
“I used to not be able to drive myself even with 8 different guards driving me daily!!!! Each one a different speed and I’m the one that had to adjust to THEIR TIMING IN MY F***ING CAR… not to mention… the four months I wasn’t able to drive at all or walk out the f***ing door by myself!!!!,” Britney writes.
With the conservatorship on her person over (there’s a second one, over her business, that is still valid), Britney finally gets to do some of the things we do daily and maybe take for granted. She’s been seen out driving herself to the closest Starbucks, in her old Mercedes-AMG SL 63. She’s been heading out on dates, and she’s been going on bike rides around the neighborhood – she seems to be a fan of the Super73 e-bikes.
No amount of fame or millions of dollars can make up for the loss of freedom.