Britney sings that she will sue her dad for abuse after being released from 13-year conservatorship

Britney Spears has vowed to sue her father for ‘abuse’ after finally being freed from a 13-year conservatorship.

The pop star thanked fans who spearheaded the ‘Free Britney’ movement after a judge ruled on Friday she no longer had to live under what her lawyers described as ‘draconian’ conditions.

Taking to social media as hundreds of fans celebrated the news outside an LA courtroom, Miss Spears said: ‘Good God, I love my fans so much it’s crazy. I think I’m gonna cry the rest of the day. Best day ever.’

TRIUMPHANT: Britney Spears, right, in a picture she posted online after her victory

Britney sings, left, with a photo she uploaded online shortly after her victory.

Yesterday a source familiar with the case confirmed the 39-year-old had hired forensic accountants and intended to sue her father Jamie for ‘conservatorship abuse’.

The source said: ‘She blames her father for, effectively, ruining her life for the past 13 years.

He had complete control of her finances and whether she was able to have more babies.

‘She’s mad as hell and you can expect to see a lawsuit filed against Jamie Spears very soon.’

Supporters outside the Stanley Mosk courthouse in Los Angeles on November 12 after the judge formally approved the process of ending the controversial guardianship that has controlled popstar Britney Spears' life for the past 13 years

On November 12, supporters protested outside Stanley Mosk’s courthouse in Los Angeles after Britney Spores was officially approved by the judge to end the guardianship. Britney is now free from the control of Britney for the last 13 years.

Mr Spears has denied any wrongdoing, saying his daughter’s $60 million (£45 million) fortune was protected under his guidance.

After Miss Spears’ public struggles with mental and addiction, he was appointed conservator.

Her lawyer Mathew Rosengart said: ‘What’s next for Britney is up to one person – and this is the first time we can say this in a decade – it’s up to Britney.’

He declined to confirm whether a lawsuit was imminent, saying ‘It’s up to Britney. We would like him to come. [Jamie] under oath and question him.’

Mr Spears has questioned the appointment of independent accountant John Zabel to examine Britney’s finances, saying Mr Zabel ‘does not appear to have the background and experience required’.

Miss Spears says her father placed cameras in her bedroom, forced her to have a device implanted to prevent pregnancy, banned her from driving and hired psychiatrists who kept her ‘drugged up’.

Pop star, who wants to get married and have another child. However she isn’t sure if she will sing again publicly.