#FreeBritney Why fans support the movement

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On Wednesday, outside a court in downtown Los Angeles, demonstrators wore pink-accented “Free Britney” T-shirts and hung up signs calling for an investigation by the singer’s management and guards. Buzzy release FX / Hulu’s “Controlling Britney Spears” documentary.

More than an hour before the hearing began, protesters chanted: Free Britney! When do you want now! “And in the cry of other meetings,” Britney’s body, Britney’s choice. “

One said, “Britney doesn’t need a guardianship. She does.”

When the demonstrators called out to the media, “Leave Britney alone!”, A parade of camera crews and news trucks lined up on the sidewalks and streets. By late morning, the #FreeBritney crowd closed Grand Avenue.

Below, some of the fans are voicing.

A woman in a blue flight attendant costume has a picture of Britney Spears

Nefertara Ozera of Los Angeles has a painting of Britney Spears. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

“I’m a lifelong fan of Britney. She encouraged me to be a musician. I have bipolar disorder, so I care about her health. I want her to be happy. And I want her to be healthy and free. “— Nefertara Ozera

Man has a little dog and a free britney sign

Brian Norland, 41, from Studio City and Gizmo, the dog. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

“I’m here because I’ve been a Britney fan since day one. She’s really made me happy for years, so I think it’s important that she’s happy now.” — Brian Norland

Women have a sign that says

Melanie Veronica, 32, who recently moved from New York to Los Angeles. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

“I moved here from New York to revolutionize the music industry, free Britney Spears and end the Hollywood explosion.” — Melanie Veronica

Men are wearing masks that say

Chris Clear, Los Angeles, 32 years old. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

“I’ve been a Britney fan since I was a kid. I just want to see her happy.” — Chris Clear

The woman wears a pink cloak and hat and says,

Elizabeth Ray of Los Angeles. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)

“I’m here because I’m passionate about stopping the abuse of women in the end.” — Elizabeth Ray

This story was originally Los Angeles Times..