Pop singer Britney Spear said in a lengthy Instagram post on Sunday that she would not perform until she remained under her father’s tutelage.
“Look, I’m not going to perform on any stages anytime soon when my dad is doing what I wear, say, do or think,” she wrote.
Spears, 39, appeared before a judge in late June to call for an end to her guardianship.
Since 2008, her father, Jamie Spears, has largely had full legal control over her property, as well as other aspects of her life and career.
Among other revelations, Spears told the court that she was forced to take contraception against her will and was prevented from having another child.
The next court hearing will take place at the end of September. On Wednesday, Spears was allowed to choose his own attorney in a first legal victory.
“This guardianship killed my dreams … so all I have is hope, and hope is the only thing that is very difficult to kill in this world,” Spears wrote on Sunday.
Fans rallied around Spears to launch the #FreeBritney movement, a campaign to end what has been described as abuse of custody.
Conservatism was introduced when she experienced a mental health crisis. She believes that his original creation saved her from financial ruin and made her a pop star.
Her father and his lawyers stressed that she and her fortune, which is more than $ 50 million (€ 42 million) according to court records, remain vulnerable to fraud and manipulation. By law, Spears will have to prove his legal capacity before the case is over.