Britney Spears a victim of human trafficking?

The short answer is, Yes. The definition of Human trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.










Is Britney Spears a victim of human trafficking?

We believe that Britney Spears is a victim of human trafficking.  We would like to see an investigation done on her father, family and managers.

Why do we believe this?

Britney is forced to keep a type birth control method in her cervix (IUD) to prevent her from having more children. Her father forces her to perform for outrageous amounts of money while he keeps most of it and she gets a small portion. Her family and managers keep her isolated, drugged and forced into submission at their control under the conservatorship. Britney has said, “It made me feel like I was dead, like I didn’t matter, like nothing had been done to me, like you thought I was lying or something. I’m telling you again because I’m not lying. I want to be heard and I’m telling you this again so maybe you can understand the depth and the degree and the damage that they did to me back then,” she explained. “I deserve changes.”

This audio of Britneys testimony to the judge on 6/23/21 is heartbreaking. Anyone that mentions anything about her privileged life or the millions she is worth, needs a crash course in human trafficking 101. Human trafficking doesn’t discriminate based on finances, religion, sex, or race. Britney wants her voice heard as she has been silenced for over 13 years and she wants to tell her story but is not allowed to.

We have met many survivors that would be labeled as “privileged” by society standards and they all have said they would rather have nothing than to go through the hell of being forced and coerced to work or have sex.When you have your own father, mother or other family selling you, it is called Familial Trafficking and we feel strongly that Britney is a victim at her father’s hands of Familial Trafficking. In fact, according to The Counter-Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC), Almost half of identified cases of child trafficking begin with some family member involvement. Familial Trafficking is also the most difficult to spot or notice as many survivors hide this until they are adults if they ever expose it.

What can you do?

Please, let’s show compassion and understanding for Britney while praying for her daily as she fights for her own freedom and life.

1 Timothy 2:1-2 says, “I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people— for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.”

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