Britney Spears celebrates as she uses a cash point for the first time in 13 years – and withdraws £220

BRITNEY Spears has celebrated being released from her conservatorship — by using a cash machine for the first time in years.

She said withdrawing £225 to spend on chocolate and wine made her feel like an independent woman again.

Since 2008, the Baby One More Time singer had been legally blocked from spending any of her £45million fortune by her father Jamie, 69.

But after the controversial order was lifted last month, she has finally been able to spend on what she likes.

The mum of two, 40, said on Instagram: “I am able to have cash now so I went to an ATM and was so proud of my $300 and I am not embarrassed to share this . . . well maybe a little.

“But I am more embarrassed for my family for condoning the fact that I wasn’t allowed to have cash for so long when I worked my little ass off for them.

“I am embarrassed for the state of California for permitting my father to have me work as hard as he worked me all those years and never seeing a dime.

“I am embarrassed for all of them and am sad for them because I know my value and worth now and they lost me.

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"Anyway I bought chocolate, Christmas socks and a bottle of white wine with my cash.

"It was great.

"I felt so independent when I came home.”

Britney, whose hits also include Oops! . . . I Did It Again and Toxic, was made the subject of the conservatorship following a mental breakdown.

It gave her father full control over her finances and career decisions.



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