PARIS Hilton praised Britney Spears after her father Jamie petitioned to end her over a decade-long conservatorship.
Earlier this week, Jamie filed paperwork to terminate the conservatorship without any mental evaluation.
Paris, 40, took to her podcast to broadcast the "amazing" news about her former BFF boasting that the singer will finally "get the freedom she deserves."
On her This Is Paris Podcast, the model applauded Britney's victory, showing support for the star.
"Britney spears father just petitioned to end her conservatorship," Paris announced on her show on Wednesday.
"This is such an unexpected turn. I didn't think anyone was expecting this, but it's just amazing to hear. To know that Britney is another step closer to having her freedom, which she deserves so much."
She continued: "These past months just watching her, really just come out there and be so strong and so brave and finally hear her speak up and speak her mind. And it just really shows that the truth will set you free."
The socialite also posted a clip from the episode to her Instagram page, captioning the post: "I am so so happy that @BritneySpears is one step closer to her freedom. She is such a fighter and a true angel, and deserves her happiness more than anything. Everyone that did this to her should be held fully accountable. Hear my full reaction to this amazing news on my new podcast episode."
Paris and Britney were best pals during their wild party days before the Grammy award-winning artist was placed under her father's conservatorship in 2008 after a public breakdown.
Earlier this year, in the wake of the Framing Britney Spears documentary, the spotlight shifted onto Paris after it forced people to re-examine the treatment of stars in the media.
She said of the hit-series: "I’ve been reading all of these articles coming out where they were just saying, like, Britney, Paris and a group of us were treated so unfairly and just like, this really misogynistic view and just being very cruel and mean and making fun of us."
The documentary brought the behavior of other public figure's to light as celeb blogger Perez Hilton received backlash from Britney fans.
Perez sparked outrage after Britney's documentary aired as it showed the way he portrayed the 39-year-old during her mental health battle.
The TV personality claimed in a chat with Chanel Omari that he reached out to Britney to apologize for his behavior before the documentary aired.
"I have apologized privately recently before the documentary. It was in December," he said on Chanel's podcast, Chanel In The City.
"I went through this big emotional break in December and one of the things that I wanted to do, my idea, not even my therapists was, I felt it was important for me…"
Perez went on: "It's kind of like the things that people often do in 12 step programs. They'll reach out to people that they have wronged and apologize.
"And even though I had apologized before, there's nothing wrong with apologizing again or differently. So I did. And she was one of the few people that I reached out to in December."
In recent months, Britney has been trying to have her father removed from her conservatorship, sparking a public plea to #FreeBritney.
In the past, Britney has made a number of shocking claims about the Conservatorship.
She once said she wants to have another baby and marry – but claimed her "conservator won't let her."
The mother of two also alleged her family "lived off" her $60million fortune for 13 years and that she was “forced to take Lithium” as “punishment."
Britney's prayers were answered when her father filed legal documents to remove himself as her conservator earlier this week.
Sources told the outlet that Jamie, 69, made the decision to end the conservatorship due to public pressure, as well as the pressure put forth by Britney's attorney Mathew Rosengart.
Additionally, insiders said the Toxic singer's view of her dad and their relationship have not changed despite the filing.
Britney is believed to still be extremely angry at him over his role in the conservatorship.
The singer's next court appearance will take place on September 29, where she wants the issue of termination to be front and center.
It was previously reported that the purpose of the next hearing is to discuss Jamie's involvement in the conservatorship.
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