Britney Spears 'cried for hours' thinking about how #FreeBritney fans changed her life

Britney Spears has sent proponents of the #FreeBritney movement another heartfelt message, saying she "cried for two hours" thinking about how the public support from her fans changed her life. 

The singer continued to celebrate the end of her allegedly 'abusive' conservatorship helmed by Jamie Spears after her father's immediate suspension from his role, which has seen him control his daughter's affairs since 2008. 

"#FreeBritney movement, I have no words… because of you guys and your constant resilience in freeing me from my conservatorship, my life is now in that direction!!!!!" she wrote on social media.

"I cried last night for two hours cause my fans are the best and I know it. I feel your hearts and you feel mine. That much I know is true!!!!!" 

The recently-engaged pop star had just returned from a holiday with her fiance Sam Asghari in French Polynesia, and in a previous post told followers she "still had a lot of healing to do". 

"Thankfully I have a good support system and am taking time to understand it's ok to slow down and breathe! Only through self love I can pray, love and support others in return!" 

Last week Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Jamie Spears be immediately removed from his role as conservatorship, calling the situation "untenable". 

While Britney's lawyer dubbed Jamie Spears a "cruel, toxic, abusive man" in court, Jamie's attorney argued there was not a "shred of evidence for suspension", despite Jamie's surprising petition to end the conservatorship in September. 

"Mr Spears has faithfully and loyally served. His record is impeccable," Vivian Thoreen told the court, claiming it would be better to simply terminate the conservatorship altogether. 

Rosengart brought up allegations made in the new documentary Controlling Britney Spears, which reported the 'Toxic' singer had been electronically surveilled. 

"They eavesdropped on some of the most intimate conversations of my client with her children, her boyfriend and her counsel," Mathew Rosengart said. 

"They plotted and schemed to place a listening device in my client's bedroom." 

Controlling Britney Spears is available to stream on ThreeNow in New Zealand