Britney Spears claims dad forced her to take drugs and enter mental health facility against her will

A JUDGE is looking into a series of bombshell allegations made by Britney Spears who claims her own father forced her to take drugs and enter a mental health facility against her will.

The superstar, 37, who has been under the control of a conservatorship since 2008, is trying to get more freedom from the agreement amid claims his actions have been illegal.

US sources say she told a judge on Friday that her dad Jamie had committed her into the mental health facility a month ago despite her not wanting to, with her mother Lynne echoing the allegations.

Britney is said to have stopped taking medication which kept her stable after they stopped working and then went downhill.

Her requests for more freedom and adjustments to the conservatorship – which sees Jamie manage her financial affairs and daily life – were not granted by the judge.

They ruled that Britney needed to first be evaluated by an expert before any decisions could be made.

Jamie, 66, has been charge of his daughter’s assets since a court ruling in 2008 following her highly-publicised breakdown.

Despite the agreement he does not have the power to put her into a facility or ply her with drugs without her consent.

Sources close to the singer say she is still trying to get out of it entirely.

The row has caused a split in her family, with her mum Lynne siding with Britney after divorcing Jamie in 2002 after 27 years of marriage.

In January, Britney axed her planned Las Vegas residency Domination and said it was to spend time with her dad who had recently been “hospitalised and almost died.”

She announced an indefinite hiatus but in April the #FreeBritney campaign was launched by fans who said she was being unnecessarily controlled by her dad.

They also alleged that Jamie had forced her to cancel the residency after she refused to take her medication.

A week later she issued a statement on Instagram attempting to ease concerns.

The post read: “There’s rumours, death threats to my family and my team, and just so many things crazy things being said.

“I am trying to take a moment for myself, but everything that’s happening is just making it harder for me. Don’t believe everything you read and hear.

“Your love and dedication is amazing, but what I need right now is a little bit of privacy to deal with all the hard things that life is throwing my way.”

During her career, Britney has had six UK No1 singles including Oops! I Did It Again, Toxic and Scream & Shout.

Last summer she toured around the UK and headlined Brighton Pride.

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