The fate of the incapacitated Britney Spears has been followed by the whole world for several months. The star decided to fight for herself and in June gave testimony in which she argued that her rights had been violated many times during the 13-year guardianship.
A breakthrough in this case was the decision of Los Angeles judge Brenda Penny, who in mid-July allowed Spears to hire her own lawyer. Mathew Rosengart, whose law firm now represents the star’s interests, set to work hard.
On Thursday, August 5, he filed a motion that the judge expedite Britney’s father’s removal from his probation role earlier than September 29, when the singer’s next hearing is due to take place. The singer’s attorney justified his request as follows: “Although the two-month waiting for a hearing may seem insignificant in the context of 13 years, Britney Spears should not be forced to continue living her current trauma, resulting in insomnia and suffering. Every day matters,” he quotes from the court conclusion. People service.
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In the same document, the lawyer cites excerpts from the singer’s earlier testimony, in which she told about the shocking conditions of incapacitation. There were allegations of intoxicating the singer with drugs, forcing her to work beyond strength and obstructing access to medical care, incl. to the gynecologist. One of the accusations Birtney emphasizes most is her father’s mismanagement of her estate. Britney’s mother is also quoted in the application when she stated in the court’s testimony that “Jamie is unable to take care of my daughter’s interests.”
Whether the judge will accept the application submitted by the singer’s lawyer, we will find out in a few days.
That Britney Spears chose Mathew Rosengart as her attorney is no coincidence. His law firm previously represented many other stars, incl. Steven Spielberg, Sean Penn, Ben Affleck and she won many difficult cases for her clients. Rosengart takes over from office attorney Sam Ingham III who resigned from Spears’ cases a few weeks ago
Creation date: August 6, 2021, 15:19