BRITNEY Spears is set to speak in a Los Angeles court tomorrow for the first time in years about her controversial conservatorship.
The conservatorship, which was implemented in 2008 after a series of public meltdowns by the singer, prevents Britney from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.
In 2008, after Britney was committed to a psychiatric ward, her dad was granted a temporary conservatorship which became permanent by the end of the year.
However, in recent years the #FreeBritney movement has grown and fans of the pop star are calling on her to be let out of the legal agreement.
Britney herself has remained quiet about the conservatorship – but that is expected to change at Wednesday’s bombshell hearing.
Read our Britney Spears live blog for the latest news and updates…
SPEARS ‘RESERVES A RIGHT’ TO CANCEL CONSERVATORSHIP
Additionally, the legal documents stated that Spears reserves the right to eventually request an end to the conservatorship completely.
While sources have said Spear’s life “would drastically change for the better” if Jamie is removed, the father’s lawyer Vivian Thoreen previously claimed the conservatorship “saved” the singer’s life.
LATEST ON SPEARS’ CONSERVATORSHIP
In April, Spears asked a judge to permanently end her father’s control over her $60m fortune and personal life.
The singer’s attorney filed for Jodi Montgomery to officially replace Jamie Spears as the permanent conservator over Spears’ personal matters.
She also asked her estranged father to resign from his role overseeing her personal life.
ADDITIONAL HEARING ON JULY 14
Additionally, there will be another hearing regarding her estate’s accounting documents on July 14, 2021.
HEARING WILL ADDRESS ‘STATUS OF CONSERVATORSHIP’
It is unclear exactly what matters Spears plans to disclose, however, Ingham alluded that she would like to have the hearing pertaining to the “status of the conservatorship.”
WHAT IS BRITNEY SPEARS DOING ON JUNE 23?
Britney Spears, 39, is set to speak for the first time ever at her court hearing on June 23 at 1.30pm PST.
Her attorney, Sam Ingham III sought permission from Judge Brenda Penny to give Spears a chance to talk, according to Page Six.
He told the judge: “The conservatee has requested that I seek from the court a status hearing at which she can address the court directly.”
Adding: “My client asked that it be done on expedited basis.”
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