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  1. Good morning fellow Exhalers! I thought I'd create this thread for members who do not believe in various conspiracy theories related to Britney's conservatorship that begin and proliferate on Twitter or other Internet spaces and are sometimes brought over to Exhale. Please keep in mind: this is a topic for people that do not believe in unsubstantiated claims, take random Twitter accounts for granted, or for those who perpetuate conspiracy theories. If you are triggered by this topic or do not take the time to read the thread introduction that follows, then I suggest you do not participate and leave. And if you try sharing a conspiracy theory in here, I will ask you to leave. Remember, derailing a thread is against Exhale rules! At least that's my understanding! ****TOPIC INTRODUCTION/CONTEXT**** Ever since the #FreeBritney movement began, multiple groups—Team Con, the media, social media influencers, among others—termed the movement a conspiracy theory. See this article or this article as an example of what was said. These groups tried to write off longtime fans and concerned individuals as radical, emotional Internet trolls that held opinions or perspectives that were unsubstantiated by established fact. However, when Britney courageously addressed the Court and the public on June 23, 2021 and subsequently on July 14, 2021, notions that the #FreeBritney movement were a mere conspiracy theory imploded. For the first time, the public learned the depth of Britney's struggle for freedom from the conservatorship, and the disgusting restraints that were placed over her by her father, her family, lawyers, and the conservatorship system. Less and less did #FreeBritney look like a conspiracy theory, and more and more did it look like an actual set of events and circumstances which involved her family, her team, and others. Britney's powerful testimony changed the tide of public opinion, with more celebrities, mainstream media, and everyday people rallying behind Britney's freedom. At the same time, this has generated a section of the fanbase or dedicated #FreeBritney followers to try to uncover (or find, out of thin air) every possible stone in Britney's conservatorship case. This has, in turn, led to the proliferation of new conspiracy theories that are, again, unsubstantiated by fact. For instance, here are three conspiracy theories that I have seen pop up on Twitter and that made their way to Exhale since Britney's testimony: People questioned Mathew Rosengart's expertise and motives in the case, as he hadn't filed a petition to remove Jamie Spears as Conservator of the Estate within his first week of officially representing Britney Spears. People failed to understand that he had to familiarize himself to a 13 year old case and is still in the process of reviewing all court records. Lou Taylor runs a series of healthcare companies called Tri Star Medical Group and Rehab. There is no evidence these companies are connected to Lou, but because they happen to have the name "Tri Star" in their name, fans claimed that they had to be run by Lou. Prentice Penny, the son of Judge Brenda Penny, somehow benefits from his mother’s role as judge in the conservatorship case, despite not being an interested party to the conservatorship. And online harassment and possible death threats leveled toward him or his mother are justified. This is not an exhaustive list of conspiracies, as there have been others before these and there will most likely be more after this thread is published. I find this disturbing on a few fronts. One being how casually people spread information that is not fact checked or even based in reality. Another being that if anyone calls into question the validity of these conspiracy theories, they are automatically labeled as "Team Con", "TMZ", or people who do not care about Britney or her freedom. Additionally, these conspiracy theories do have real life consequences, such as the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department monitoring online activity that may lodge d**th threats against Judge Brenda Penny. Lastly, I believe the proliferation of these conspiracy theories fuels infighting within our fanbase, and erodes any form of trust or confidence we have in the movement or even in Rosengart's representation of Britney or Britney's own advocacy for her freedom. So, what do you think? How do we address the spread of misinformation in order to not discredit the #FreeBritney movement? Remember, this is a thread meant to generate conversation and propose solutions for limiting the spread of misinformation. Please do not attack other members who, in your eyes, may have or actively do participate in this behavior. Edit: @danny1994 shared this helpful resource from Kanye lawyer Christopher Melcher, “who has been making videos lately and gives advice about the Free Britney movement, and talks about how fans should behave.”
  2. Okay i didn't even know this sub existed (the way Jordan placed the banner above, i thought it's a highlight thing) I'm bored and want to dig into some conspiracy thingies so i made this thread. Exhalers, do you know of a rumour, conspiracy about a musician/celebrity that is wild and crazy? Like the whole Avril is a clone or Elvis never died ?
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