Drew Barrymore supports Britney Spears: ‘She’s the important to her freedom’

Drew Barrymore has not desired to publicly sign up for the #FreeBritney movement, but the explanation certainly wasn’t since she does not treatment.

Quite the opposite, in fact.

“I have purposefully stayed out of this conversation, but because she has spoken up, she’s the key to her liberty,” the 46-year-aged actress, host and producer advised Entertainment Tonight. “This is about her and her daily life, and most people deserves the freedom to make faults or a achievements of their daily life and almost everything in involving. That is what a life is.”

“I believe a single of the items I thought that I could [do to] regard her the most is not Instagram about it, and not discuss on social media,” Barrymore extra. “This is as well big for that. But I also feel on the other side of the coin, the noise had to be created in order to commence to have alter below. Social media is a quite tricky animal. It can guide to terrific outcry and folks listening, and it can also be a area that has a little bit of empty energy.”

Britney Spears’ court docket-requested conservatorship, which commenced in late 2008, has been a hot-button difficulty in the mainstream news considering the fact that the The New York Times Provides: Framing Britney Spears documentary premiered in early February. 

An frustrating variety of celebrities—such as sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake, ex-husband, Kevin Federline, and former co-Mouseketeer, Christina Aguilera—have vocalized their assistance in Spears’ quest to clear away her father, Jamie Spears, as conservator of her estate and close her conservatorship completely.

On June 23, the 39-12 months-previous pop star resolved the court for the initially time in two decades. Her effective 24-minute testimony was laced with bombshell allegations about the “abuse” she has endured below her conservatorship and how “traumatized” she is as a final result.

Barrymore beforehand revealed in February throughout an visual appeal on The Howard Stern Show that her mom, Jaid Barrymore, “set me in a location that was like a total psychiatric ward” at 13 a long time aged: