The 39-year-old singer is fighting for her guardianship against her father Jamie Spears, and her period is said to prevent Britney from remarrying.
She made this explosive statement when she first spoke in court last month, during which she also alleged that she was prohibited from having another baby.
Britney has been dating Sam Asghari since 2016 and he has been a strong supporter of the #FreeBritney campaign, which wants the judge to remove the restrictive guardianship.
The singer has two sons – Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14 – with ex-husband Kevin Federline, but she claimed her father forced her to take contraceptive implants so she could no longer have d ‘children.
MailOnline shared photos of Britney and fitness trainer Sam, 27, as they walked to a cafe in Los Angeles on Sunday.
In the photos, Britney is seen wearing what looks like a diamond ring as she sparkled in the California sun.
She looked in a happier place on the outing than where she was last week, where she was in tears as she told LA court that she wanted her father to be charged with abuse of guardianship while she won the right to choose her own lawyer.
Mathew Rosengart has been approved to be appointed as Britney’s lawyer, succeeding Samuel Ingham, who was appointed by the court.
Rosengart has been seeking pressure to end the trusteeship in place since 2008, and has claimed he will file the relevant documents next week.
Britney shared details of some of the situations she was forced to do because of the guardianship.
She told the court: “I was on tour in 2018. I was forced to do it… My management said if I don’t do this tour I will have to find a lawyer, and by contract my own management could. sue me if I did not follow the tour. “
Britney continued, “He handed me a sheet of paper as I walked off the stage in Vegas and told me I had to sign it. It was very threatening and scary.
“And with the guardianship, I couldn’t even have my own lawyer.
“So out of fear, I went ahead and did the tour. “
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