Pop music legend Britney Spears is still awaiting trial over the lifting of Jamie Spears’ father’s tutelage, which he fights intensely for. The star gave testimony in June in which she argued that her rights had been violated many times during the 13-year probation. She also hired her lawyer.
Britney Spears to break free from tutelage? Jamie Spears filed an application
As reported recently, Britney Spears’ attorney says Jamie Spears wanted to get rich during the trial. Attorney Mathew Rosengart representing the singer confessed that Britney’s father demanded $ 2 million from her. for resigning from the function of probation officer.
As now reported by foreign media, including The Guardian and NBC, Britney’s father has filed a lawsuit against his daughter. Jamie Spears cites a court sentence that I believe that if a singer is capable of hiring her own lawyer, there is no longer a legal basis for her to be under guardianship.
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In the request, Britney’s father assured him that he wanted the best for his daughter. He stated that he supported her striving for independence. “Mr. Spears only wants what’s best for his daughter,” emphasize Jamie Spears’ lawyers. “If Ms. Spears can handle her own life, Mr. Spears thinks she should get this chance,” they add.
The next court hearing is scheduled for September 29.
Britney Spears is fighting for freedom
Jamie Spears has been in control of her daughter’s affairs since she suffered a mental breakdown in 2008 and was incapacitated by a court of law. In June, Britney testified in court that she had been a victim of many abuses by her father over the years, including she was intoxicated with psychotropic drugs, forced to use contraceptives and to work beyond strength.
During the testimony, Britney repeatedly demanded that her father be removed from the post of probation and even arrested him. Spears’ dismissal was also supported in court testimony by the mother of the star Lynne Spears and Jodi Montgomery, a court-appointed temporary guardian.
In early August, Britney Spears’s lawyer filed a motion to the court for the immediate removal of her father from guardianship over her daughter, which was motivated by the trauma and harm to the singer. The application was rejected by the court without giving any reason, but in mid-August the case took an unexpected turn. Jamie Spears, through his lawyer, made a statement to the court in which he declared his readiness to resign from the function of his daughter’s probation officer.