If Hinge is the dating app made to be deleted, the Britney Spears conservatorship is the legal opposite.

And if it’s virtually escape-proof for a highly paid performer with 30 million Instagram followers,  2 million of whom just liked a picture of her upper back, you can bet it’s a lock for most of the average folks who are under one—for better or worse. Spears is only one of more than a million Americans living under some form of a conservatorship or guardianship, according to a disability rights lawyer with the ACLU.

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