On Friday, November 12, the Grammy winner, 39, was declared free by the conservatory that she has been under since 2008, after a court hearing.
Spears was unable to make their own personal or financial decisions after a series of public struggles – and their divorce Kevin Federline.
The father of the “Hit Me Baby One More Time” singer, Jamie Spears, was appointed as the curator of Britney’s Day 1 property. Babysitter Jodi Montgomery later taken over as Britney’s curator in September 2019.
The “Gimme More” artist spoke out publicly against the conservatory for the first time earlier this year – calls for an end to legal restrictions.
“I just want my life back. It’s been 13 years, and that’s enough. It’s been a long time since I’ve owned my money,” she said during a June testimony. an end goes without being tested. “
The Intersection Actress revealed that she “would like my family to sue” over the entire organ, claiming that everyone involved in the conservatory should be in jail.
“I would also be able to share my story with the world, and what they have done to me, instead of it being a hush-hush secret to benefit them all,” she continued.
Britney insisted her conservatory team would not let her go. “go to the doctor to take [my IUD] eraus because they do not want me to have more children. “The musician, who shares sons Preston, 16, and Jayden, 15, with Federline, 43, was in a relationship with Sam Asghari since 2016. The couple received September engaged.
After her bombshell testimony, Britney’s search for her conservatory took a series of positive steps. For starters, she could choose her own lawyer Mathew Rosengart. Then, in September, her 69-year-old father filed papers to end his role as curator of the estate.
Jamie was removed from its role later that month with John Zabel take over the position until December, by the way, at a November hearing to further discuss the issue.
Earlier this month, Jamie argued on behalf of his daughter to “immediately” lift the legal restrictions against her forever, according to court documents obtained by Us Weekly.
“Jamie unconditionally loved and supported his daughter. Full stop,” the November file read. “As he has done for his whole life, Jamie will do anything to protect and care for her. For the last 13 years this has also served as a conservator. Now it means stopping her conservatory. So it is said in uncertain terms. , Jamie thinks the conservatory should stop, right away.
On Friday, Britney’s lawyer said: “The record is clear, the time is clear. Today is the time to stop the conservatory.
Montgomery’s lawyer assured the judge: “Ms Montgomery will be there for her. There is no reason why this dismissal could not happen. [the conservatorship of] that person can happen today. “The judge then decided to close the conservatory.
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