Maegan says she just wants Britney to hear her story and know how much she inspired a little girl who had given up hope.
Britney Spears will reportedly remain under a conservatorship indefinitely. When 13-year-old Maegan Johnson from Phenix City, Ala. suffered from a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke at age 7, Spears’ famous song “Toxic” helped Johnson recover from her injuries, after a 10-hour brain surgery left her unable to speak for six weeks. All parties are happy with the agreement and there are no plans in place for it to end, according to sources. In 2007, the now 33-year-old singer had a public meltdown, resulting in her being placed on psychiatrist hold and putting her under conservatorship, according to Gossip Cop.
Britney was at one point on the verge of losing permanent custody of her two children, Sean, nine and Jayden, eight, when her life took a downward spiral but now she is showing all those who doubted her that she is a great parent. Spears actually has two conservatorships: one for personal matters and one for finances.
As Britney sees it, she has “substantial day-to-day freedom” and is more than content to let her father help with her finances, etc.
And now, over seven years later, the scheme has proved successful: it was previously revealed that the conservatorship was worth $14m in 2012, just a fraction of superstar Britney’s overall worth. I didnt want to smile or communicate.
Maegan Johnson can’t stop smiling now that Britney’s seen her video. “She was demanding it and made him feel trapped”. A deal is on the table and she is considering the offer.
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MailOnline has contacted Britney Spears’ representative and is awaiting comment.