Unreleased Britney Spears Song Is Announced Day After Court Case Loss
A new and unreleased track from Britney Spears has been announced just a day after a court case to have her father removed as conservator of her estate was rejected.
The 38-year-old pop star's song is being sold exclusively on vinyl by Urban Outfitters.
'Swimming in the Stars' was originally recorded to go on Glory - the last album she released back in 2016.
The announcement hasn't gone down amazingly with fans with one writing: "I'm not buying it. She has stated many times she's not working and won't be working till her dad is out the cship. Her team is desperate for money! We should just wait till Jamie is out!"
Another added: "Britney Spears does not want this and did not ok this. This is Britney Spears' father selling her legacy to make himself money DONT BUY IT!!!"
A third wrote: "How about no? This poor woman just wants control over her life/career again? She literally just said she refuses to perform again until she has it yet you do this to help keep the men that control everything she does paid?"
LADbible has contacted Urban Outfitters.
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Days ago, Britney had attempted to change the framework of the law that restricts her life - more specifically having her dad, James 'Jamie' Spears, removed as the controller of her estate.
Mr Spears has been able to dictate virtually all aspects of her life for the last 12 years, despite her making several legal bids to have him taken off the documentation.
Following the court hearing, Britney's lawyer said she would never perform again until her father is removed as the head of her conservatorship.
Samuel D. Ingham III, said in court: "My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father. She will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career."
Judge Brenda Penny said she needed more evidence before deciding whether to remove Jamie Spears but said she would consider future appeals.
The order read: "The Court finds that additional evidence by supplemental declaration or additional documentation is required to grant the matter on calendar this date based upon the reading of the moving papers and consideration of all presented evidence."
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