Madonna Supports #FreeBritney: ‘Slavery was abolished so long ago’

Madonna offered her support for Britney Spears on Thursday in an emotional Instagram Story, condemning her fellow pop star’s conservatorship and pleading for her release.

The singer of “Material Girl,” who collaborated with Spears on 2003’s “Me Against the Music,” criticized the constraints that Spears has been subjected to for more than a decade.

“Give this woman her life back,” Madonna began. “Slavery was abolished so long ago! Death to the greedy patriarchy that has been doing this to women for centuries. This is a violation of human rights!

“Britney, we are coming to get you out of jail!”

Madonna, 62, penned the remark over a photograph of herself wearing a tank top with Spears’s name.

The singer of “Vogue” is the latest music star to join the #FreeBritney movement following her emotional testimony last month where she described herself as “traumatized” and pleaded with the court to jail her father, Jamie Spears.

Earlier this week, the 39-year-old “Toxic” singer’s court-appointed lawyer, Samuel Ingham III, requested to resign from her conservatorship case following the departure of her manager, Larry Rudolph, and the announcement of Bessemer Trust’s withdrawal as co-conservator of her estate.

According to TMZ, Ingham decided to retire after becoming “very outraged” at allegations made about him by Spears during her June 23 court appearance.

Britney told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny at the time, “Ma’am, I didn’t know I could petition the conservatorship to end. I honestly didn’t know that.”

Lynne Spears, Spears’ mother, filed court filings on Wednesday requesting that her daughter be allowed to hire her own attorney. Lynne’s petition, obtained by Page Six, complimented her daughter for “baring her heart to the court in an impassioned plea to be heard on several requests.”

Additionally, she stated that Britney is “capable of caring” for herself and has been “for the past many years.”