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On Tuesday, the NYT revealed new reporting about Britney Spears' fight against her conservatorship.The report says Spears told a court in 2019 that she felt forced "to perform against her will."This prompted a fan to share a video he took of Spears telling a 2018 concert crowd she was sick.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.On Tuesday, the New York Times shared new reporting about Britney Spears' longstanding legal fight over her conservatorship. Among the new revelations, the Times says Spears told the court in 2019 "that she had felt forced by the conservatorship into a stay at a mental health facility and to perform against her will."Now, one fan has shared a video from 2018 that shows the singer telling her concert audience that she was performing while sick with a high fever."Dear [Britney Spears], I feel like we owe you an apology," Zachary Gordon wrote on Twitter. "We bought into the whole hype of BRITNEY the performer, without much consideration for how Britney Jean Spears, the person, was coping through each day. Looking back now, I remember you saying this in front of me"Gordon uploaded video he took from from Spears' "Piece Of Me" tour in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on July 19, 2018:This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.Update your settings here to see it.The video shows Spears greeting a fan who was brought onstage from the audience, and she starts by warning him that it's very hot "up here.""I'm about to pass out," she told the concert audience. "I'm sick. I have actually a 102 fever right now."She then asks the fan for his name, and excitedly tells the audience that he's going to dance with them now.The #FreeBritney movement has been an ongoing effort by fans to express their support of Spears' wish to dissolve the conservatorship, and hold the public accountable for its treatment of the popstar."After reading all the new information today, I'm heartbroken even more knowing that you haven't been happy, knowing that you've been forced to perform" Gordon wrote in his Twitter thread dedicated to Spears.The pop star hasn't appeared to acknowledge the trending footage on social media. Representatives for Spears didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment on the resurfaced video.Spears is expected to speak about her conservatorship in a new court hearing on Wednesday.

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