Paris Hilton celebrates the end of Britney Spears' 13-year conservatorship: 'This moment is so long overdue'

Britney Spears' 13 year conservatorship was ended by a Los Angeles judge Friday afternoon.
Paris Hilton wrote an essay about Spears for Time, and was nominated Time's 100 Most Influential Persons.

Hilton called Spears "a fighter" and "the most resilient. kind, and inspiring soul".

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Paris Hilton, an American media personality, celebrated Friday's decision by a Los Angeles judge that Britney Spears, her longtime friend, was freed from a 13 year conservatorship.

"I am so happy that this day has finally arrived. Hilton tweeted #FreedBritney, stating that this moment was long overdue. "BritneySpears finally free!" You are the most resilient, kind, and inspiring person. We love you so very much! You are just the beginning of your best days!

Spears posted a video on social media of her supporters celebrating the ruling. It was taken outside the Stanley Mosk Courthouse Los Angeles.

"God, I love my fans so deeply it's insane! I think I'm going to cry the rest !!!! "Best day ever... Praise the Lord... Can I get an Amen," Spears posted on Instagram.

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Hilton wrote an essay about Spears in September after she was nominated by Time for its annual list of the 100 most influential people. She called Spears "a fighter" and said she had "survived more that a decade worth of trauma and abuse under her conservatorship."