Britney Spears' dad, Jaime Spears has won a very important ruling in his fight against the #FreeBritney movement, after he was able to get an injunction against one of the bloggers who posts messages about the pop star.
In new legal documents, FreeBritney blogger Anthony Elia has been ordered to stop posting negative comments about Britney's conservatorship. The order also includes an injunction which prohibits him from "republishing, distributing or disseminating" any information against Britney's father.
According to Entertainment Tonight, the blogger is also banned from using third parties to publish any information for him.
Britney's father sued the blogger after receiving death threats. In the suit, Spears claims Elia's blog and social media accounts defamed him and the rest of her team. Specifically, Jaime claimed Elia alleged her team was "using her social media in a way to negatively portray her and do her harm."
Britney Spears' family and her legal team have been battling the #FreeBritney movement for months claiming the group is trying to undermine the work they are doing to help the pop star.
In the lawsuit, they make it clear, "It is time for the conspiracy theories about Britney Spears’ well-being and the mob #FreeBritney movement to stop."
The legal document continued, "Elia has made it his mission to spread numerous false and malicious lies on the Internet about Britney, her conservatorship, and her team, including that those around Britney are harming her and not acting in her best interests. It is clear that without any actual information about Britney and what is or is not in her well-being, [the blogger] has made it his agenda to ensure that Britney is no longer in a conservatorship."
As we reported, Britney has recently sparked mental health concerns after posting videos from her home on Instagram where she seems manic and disheveled. Also, whenever Britney posts items like this...some of the believers in removing her conservatorship usually begin to chime in.
We broke the story, Britney has agreed to stay in the personal conservatorship even after her father was investigated for child abuse against one of her sons.