Court Denies Britney Spears Request To Remove Father From Conservatorship
A judge has ruled that Britney Spears has been denied freedom from her Father Jamie Spears’ conservatorship.
The court has ruled that the petition to end the conservatorship is “denied without prejudice” and once again Britney Spears has failed to be freed.
Britney’s lawyer, Samuel Ingham, asked a court in Los Angles to remove Jamie Spears from his position of managing his daughter’s multimillion-dollar estate and life, as it was revealed he won’t even allow her to have children.
Spears was placed under the legal arrangement after suffering a series of high-profile mental breakdowns at the hands of the media. Britney also tried to remove her father’s conservatorship four months ago. Her father, Jamie, previously tried to take one hundred percent control of her estate but failed to do so.
In November 2020 Britney told her lawyer and the courts that she was scared of her father and that he has controlled her life since 2008.
On June 23 2021, Spears stated that the conservatorship was “abusive”, and that she wanted it to end. She said she has been forced to work against her will, and that the conservatorship stopped her from removing a contraceptive device in order to try for another child.
Her Father, Jamie Spears, responded to her claims by saying that he is “sorry to see his daughter suffering and in so much pain.”
His intentions remain unclear, her father remains in control of every key aspect of her life after the court ruled in favour of him keeping the majority of control.
The court statement reads: “Mr Spears is concerned that the petition to appoint Jodi Montgomery (Britney’s care-giver) filled by Ms Spears’s court-appointment counsel Samuel D Ingham does not reflect her wishes.”
“Ms Spears told the court on June 23 that she is opposed to being under a conservatorship and revealed her ongoing disputes with Ms Montgomery about her medical treatment and other personal care issues.”
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