Jamie Spears reported that, out of concern for his daughter’s welfare, he decided to resign from continuing his tutelage over her. Britney Spears has filed several court applications for the abolition of her father’s custody.
Britney Spears for several years she lived under the tutelage of her father, James Spears and a lawyer Andrew Wallet. In June, the singer asked a court in Los Angeles to end the imposed surveillance. She argued the application with numerous abuses that he allegedly committed against her Jamie Spears. However, the court rejected her request.
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The artist’s situation is widely commented on. There was even a document Framing Britney Spears, in which journalists took the matter into their own hands New York Times. They were at the forefront of this venture Stephanie Priess, Jason Stallman and Dolnicki himself. Based on conversations with the singer’s relatives, lawyers involved in the case, they shot a controversial document. Framing Britney Spears tells about the uncomfortable part of the career Spears, her struggle with her father and the movement #FreeBritney.
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Britney Spears will be released after 13 years
Now everything indicates that there will be a breakthrough in the matter. According to journalists, the singer’s father agreed that it was time to stop further custody of the property Britney. Jamie Spears He announced that he intends to cooperate with the court to settle all matters and to quickly give his daughter power over her finances. The lawyer of the star’s father has already submitted the relevant documents in this case.
Father’s tutelage over the singer lasted 13 years. Britney Spears in her testimonies, she repeatedly stated that the conditions of incapacitation were shocking and were for her a constant source of suffering. There were allegations of intoxication with drugs, forcing to work beyond strength and obstructing access to medical care, incl. to the gynecologist. One of the charges was that her father had mismanaged her property.