Justin Timberlake, Kaley Cuoco, Mandy Moore and Rose McGowan’s reaction to Britney Spears’ trial

Many celebrities were shocked by the singer’s first testimony.

Britney Spears’ revelations about her father’s long-term imprisonment made a bombshell among her own colleagues and close friends.

After Spears frankly spoke about how her father forbade her to have children, exploited her for 7 days a week, took away money and a phone, many celebrities rushed to stand up for the singer on social networks.

Justin Timberlake was one of the first to go berserk at what he heard. Former lover Spears hastened to turn to Britney’s father and asked to give the unfortunate mother of two sons to live as she herself sees fit.

“Jess and I have been sending our love, our absolute support to Britney all this time. We hope the court and her family will do the right thing. Give her the opportunity to live the way she wants, ”he wrote on Twitter.

Timberlake’s post generated many other responses. So, the star of “The Big Bang Theory” Kaley Cuoco said that she could not agree with Timberlake and demands freedom for Spears.

Mandy Moore embarrassed social services and said that she sincerely does not understand why they still have not stood up for the abused star. Mariah Carey advised Britney to “be strong,” and Charmed star Rose McGown urged “to stop controlling women.”

“Britney Spears has every right to be angry. How would you feel if your life was stolen, torn apart, ridiculed? I pray that she can start living her life on her own terms. STOP CONTROL WOMEN, ”she wrote on Twitter.

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Author: Oleg Ceban
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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