Some time ago, Britney Spears filed a motion in court that her manager, Jodi Montgomery, became her probation officer. In this way, the singer tried to free herself from the tutelage that her father had exercised for several years. Things could play out differently now as California changes its law. Senator Ben Allen submitted a bill, which was unanimously passed on April 14 by the California Senate Judicial Committee.
Consistent with the changes, Spears will have the right to choose or change its lawyer. What’s more, both the singer and each person under guardianship will obtain a legal advisor who will actively work to improve the quality of life of the client.
Let us recall: Britney Spears was placed under guardianship in 2008, when the court ruled that she was unable to independently manage her assets or make responsible decisionswhether it is related to business or personal matters. The main caretaker of the star has since been her father – Jamie Spears.
A discussion about the singer’s mental health has been going on in the public space for several months. Both her fans and some of the star’s relatives claim that Jamie Spears deliberately extends her guardianship and imprisons her daughter against her will.
“Framing Britney Spears”
Interest in the pop princess case has increased after the release of the latest documentary about Britney’s life. When on Sunday, February 7, America was thrilled Super Bowl Final, on Twitter, the hashtag #WEARESORRYBRITNEY (“Sorry Britney”) was gaining more and more popularity. This is the aftermath of the documentary “Framing Britney Spears”, which debuted the same evening on the Hulu platform. Prepared by the editors of the “New York Times” The footage reminded of difficult moments in the career of a pop princess that most of us would prefer to forget.
Loud document shows the backstage of the loud #FreeBritney movement, which its fans have been living for several months. She also focuses on the beginnings of the singer’s career and the consequences that led to the tutelage that still restricts her freedom.
The editors of the New York Times announced that they had asked the star to comment on the document – but received no reply. However, it may also mean that Britney herself did not even find out about this request.