Billie Eilish has shared her thoughts on Britney Spears’ conservatorship battle, describing it as “really, really horrible”.

Earlier this month, Spears told a Los Angeles court that she wants her father Jamie to be removed as her co-conservator and to “charge him for conservatorship abuse”.

On top of that, she has also been allowed to appoint her own legal representation after working with a court-appointed lawyer throughout the majority of the lengthy case.

In a new interview with Vogue Australia, Billie Eilish revealed she is grateful to have a supportive team who “didn’t want to take advantage of her”, unlike Britney Spears.

“It’s really, really horrible what a lot of young women have gone through – I mean, to this day,” she said.

She continued: “I didn’t have a team that wanted to fuck me over – which is really kind of rare, which (itself) is pretty fucked up.”

“All I have to be is just grateful that I happened to have a good group of people around me that… didn’t want to just take advantage of me and do what people have done in the past.”

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Elsewhere in the interview, Eilish spoke about the recent controversy over the resurfaced video of her miming a racial slur when she was “13 or 14”.

In case you missed it, she has been heavily criticised for lip-synching to Tyler, the Creator’s ‘Fish’, which contains an offensive slur towards people of Chinese descent.

“I said so many things then that I totally don’t agree with now, or think the opposite thing,” she said.

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