Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton says the #FreeBritney hashtag is being pushed too far by some fans and that only Britney Spears, her family and doctors really know what’s going on with her.
“I think it’s fine,” he said on the podcast “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef” “I mean, but at the same time, it’s not because some people take it too far. Some hardcore fans sending threats to people involved with Britney, that’s not acceptable.”
“Worrying about her is absolutely fine,” he said. If you even want to turn up and protest in court, go ahead.
But I don’t think it’s OK to slander people, send death threats or other kinds of threats, and threaten family members or team members.
And she said repeatedly that she should leave me alone.’
Lance Bass sides with movement #FreeBritney
A different view on the #FreeBritney campaign is held by singer Lance Bass. ‘I definitely feel for her,’ he told Australia’s Today Extra recently. “We should definitely listen to her, and if she wants out of this tutelage with her father controlling her, then we should listen to her.”
Yet Bass acknowledged that the specifics behind the guardianship and her condition were not known to him.
He added, “But I trust her sister, Jamie Lynne,” he said. “And as long as Jamie Lynn is OK with what she’s doing, I have to be too.”
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Being a young male pop star and a female pop star makes a difference, Bass admitted. “Being a woman is definitely different,” he said. “At such a young age to be.
In my group[NSYNC], I still had my best friends, so it was easier to deal with. She was just a solo act. She had all on her shoulders, the entire world was either against her or against her, and there was a lot to take in.
Jamie Spears insists he doesn’t want to give death threats to fans
The father of Britney Spears, Jamie Spears, spoke about the levels that some fans have left and called a conspiracy theory for the #FreeBritney campaign. All these conspiracy theorists have no idea about it.
They have no idea about it,’ he told Page Six. “It’s up to the California court to decide what’s best for my daughter. It’s nobody else’s business.”
He added that he was not stealing his daughter’s assets. On every cent spent, I have to report to the court every year,”I have to report to the court every year on every cent spent,” “How the hell would I steal anything?”
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Jamie Spears has said the move has been risky for the inner circle of his daughter. “People are being stalked and threatened with death,” he said. “It’s terrible. We don’t want fans like that. I love my daughter. I love all of my kids.
This is our business, though. It’s private.’
Jamie Spears has taken legal action against Anthony Elia, who last year revealed the blog “Absolute Britney,” ET.
Elia has been accused of “falsely claiming that Britney’s team is ‘using her social media in a way to negatively portray her and harm her.'”