Los Angeles apartment-turned-#FreeBritney-headquarters. Since 2019, she’s been analysing court files dealing with Britney Spears’ conservatorship, compiling facts and urging Spears fans to take action – especially at court rallies, which she helps organise. "Once I attended a rally, the rest is history," says Simmons, who’s attended five in-person and two virtual rallies.
Simmons is one of a trio of fans who are leading the charge made infamous byThe New York Times Presents:Framing Britney Spears documentary on Hulu.
And they’re not just aiming to change Spears’ life; they’re looking to overhaul a troubling part of the American criminal justice system forever: conservatorship abuse.