Britney Spears is hoping she can remain close to her family even if her conservatorship comes to an end.
"She's relieved to have finally been able to speak her truth. She loves her family so much, and she wants to protect them, but at the same time, she's ready to be free of them," a source told HollywoodLife.
The source added that Britney "feels like a child who never has been able to grow up, and she finally has the opportunity to take control of her life."
'ON THE RECORD' TRAILER
Last week, the world heard Britney tell the court that she is drugged, has been forced to wear an IUD and that she is not allowed to take time off work.
"She wants to have a relationship with [them] again," adds the source. "She's still close with her mom [Lynne Spears, 66]. They've had issues, though. She loves her dad and wants a relationship again with him as well. Her team would love her to have as much autonomy as possible, but she could still use the support."