Britney Spears Conservator-ship: “Their goal is to make me feel I’m crazy”
July 15, 2021: Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, has been a major figure in conservatorship since he formed it in 2008 when his daughter’s mental health deteriorated.
Her father is currently the sole person in charge of her $ 60 million estate. “You’re letting my dad ruin my life,” Spears told a Los Angeles judge by phone. “I have to get rid of my father and charge him of abusing conservatism,” she added. Speaking for about 10 minutes on Wednesday, Spears, 39, said she was always “terrified” of her father.
She said she has been fed up with numerous psychological tests over the past 13 years and wants conservatism to end without anyone else. “I’m not a perfect human being … but their goal is to make me feel crazy,” Spears said. Details of Spears’ mental health issues have never been made public. Last month, in a 20-minute public address, she called the legal system of conservatorship abusive and stupid.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny on Wednesday approved former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosengart to represent Spears. The singer’s court-appointed lawyer resigned last week. Rosen Garrett, who has previously represented Hollywood stars Sean Penn and Steven Spielberg, said his goal was to end conservatism. “Does anyone really believe that Mr Spears ‘continued involvement is in Britney Spears’ best interests?” , Rosengart said. “If he loves his daughter, now is the time to leave.” It is likely that Rosengart’s first job will require the filing of formal documents calling for an end to conservatism.
Spears released a video of herself cartwheeling on Wednesday, calling it a “real representation.” “You have no idea what it means to support such awesome fans !!!! God bless you all !!!!!” , she wrote on her Instagram account, adding the #freeBritney hashtag. In June, the pop star complained of being prevented from getting married or having more children, saying she was forced to take drugs against her will. On Wednesday, Jamie Spears’ lawyer said that many of the singer’s complaints are not true.
Her father’s lawyer Vivian Thoreen said Spears believes her father is “responsible for everything that happens to him and that is far from the truth.” Outside the court, dozens of fans rallied, chanting “Free Britney” and demanding an end to conservatism. A small rally was held near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
“If you look at her, she looks tired. She just wants to get her life back and I understand that,” said Christina Goswick a fan.
Judge Penny made no decisions on requests for 24/7 security following death threats against those involved in the conservatorship. Jodi Montgomery, who is tasked with the pop star’s personal care, Jamie Spears, Ingham and the singer’s sister Jamie Lynn Spears have all received threatening calls and messages that have escalated since the pop star’s address to the judge on June 23, according to court documents.
The next hearing in the case was set for September 29.
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