After a landmark court ruling in late September, Britney Spears’ guardianship may finally come to an end as a Los Angeles judge hears a petition to terminate a 13-year legal agreement.
The petition was filed on September 7 by the legal team of Jamie Spears, the father of the pop star, and Britney Spears. attorneys supported and added a separate filing to this motion on 28 October.
“RS. Spears has declared her desire to end the guardianship she endured for so long and she pleaded with the Court to ‘give her back her life’ without evaluation, recently attending two court hearings and asking that Court to directly end conservatism. He is respectfully presented – with the consent of all parties “The time has come,” wrote the singer’s bar association in an October court document.
Spears’ father, who was removed from her estate in September, hired lawyer Alex M. Weingarten in October to replace lawyers Vivian Thorin and Geraldine Wyle.
A status report filed Nov. 1 by Jamie Spears’ legal team indicated that he is still involved in the termination of guardianship – even though he fought against it in the August document, objecting to his removal from his position as guardian of his daughter’s estate.
“Jamie loves and supports his daughter unconditionally. Full stop, ”the status report says. “Like her entire life, Jamie will do everything he can to protect her and take care of her. For the last 13 years, she has also worked as a conservative. This now means ending her guardianship. So, clearly stated, Jamie believes the Conservatism must end immediately. Jamie will not continue to work as a conservative. “
Matthew Rosengart, Britney’s attorney, did not comment ahead of today’s hearing, while Weingarten did not respond Thursday to a request for comment.
Britney Spears described her guardianship as “offensive” at an explosive hearing in June, saying, “I’m not happy. I am so angry, this is insane, and I am depressed. I cry every day. ” She said that Jamie Spears “I loved the control he had over me ”at times. “He I loved It.”
“The current situation is unacceptable,” Judge Brenda J. Penny said at a September 29 hearing. “It reflects the toxic environment that demands the immediate removal of Jamie Spears today.”
Following Jamie Spears’ suspension, the chartered accountant chosen by the singer’s team, John Zabel, was appointed the estate’s temporary fiduciary temporary guardian.
Today Penny is set for a hearing on the upcoming end of guardianship case, followed by another trial date, December 13, to settle the loose financial strands. The dates were given in response to Rosengart’s request to discuss termination of guardianship within 30-45 days of September 29th.
The hearing, which has limited public and media seats and is virtually inaccessible, is being held at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, near City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. As with previous hearings, the #FreeBritney fan movement is expected to be in full force outside the courthouse.
On Monday, Britney Spears commented on Instagram about the upcoming week before changing her caption to something completely general.
“This week will be very interesting for me …!” Spears wrote in a deleted signature she has since signed, People said. “I never prayed for anything else in my life …! I know I said something on my Insta out of anger and I am only human and I believe you would feel the same if you were me …! “
Last week, Spears’ mother, Lynn Spears, demanded that her daughter’s estate pay a $ 650,000 legal bill, prompting the singer to respond on Instagram. The post has been deleted.
“Pssss, my father may have started conservatism 13 years ago … but people don’t know that my mother is the one who gave him the idea !!!! I will never go back those years, “- wrote the pop star in an interview with People. “She secretly ruined my life.”