Britney Spears, 39, has been fighting to get her life back on track and take control of her estate.
Spears asked a Los Angeles judge to end the court conservatorship that has reeked havoc on her life and finances for 13 years.
She told the court she just wants her life back.
Britney Spears addressed the court Wednesday.
This is the first time that Spears words are being heard in open court.
“I would honestly like to be able to sue my family,” said Britney Spears today via telephone to a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. “I’m not happy, I can’t sleep, I’m depressed, I cry everyday.”
The Pop Princess has been fighting for years to overturn the conservatorship, but hasn’t been successful at having a voice or getting her family to have faith in her ability to do what’s best for her mental health.
“It is my wish and dream for all of this to end. “I want my life back,” Spears said.
Britney Spears fans were outside of the courtroom supporting the singer.
The singers main attorney Samuel D. Ingham III informed the court back in April 27 that his client wanted to “address the court directly.”
Just a few years back the multi-platinum singer pushed back in the courts against the vast control her father Jamie has over the 60 million and more fortune.
Spears believes the the conservatorship has too, too much control over her life and affairs.