A Los Angeles court denied Britney Spears‘ request to eject her father from a guardianship arrangement that gives him control of her affairs, US media reported on Thursday.
“I just want my life back. It’s been 13 years & it’s enough,” Spears said in the 20-minute statement.
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The 39-year-old star’s finances & personal life have been largely managed by Jamie Spears since her highly public breakdown more than a decade ago, leading some adoring fans to launch a “FreeBritney” online campaign in recent years.
Supporters have long scoured her social media accounts for hints about her well-being, & any sign that she may be eager to throw off the guardianship.
To end the “abusive” conservatorship during which she announced she has been medicated to control her behavior, prohibited from giving rise to judgments on understandings or finances, & staved off from having a contraceptive implant removed, despite wanting more teenagers.
“I just want my life back.” Britney Spears gave an impassioned speech in a court hearing about her treatment under the conservatorship that controls her life and finances. “I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive,” she said on Wednesday. https://t.co/46PC54niIX
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 23, 2021
The Los Angeles Superior Court verdict made on Wednesday was about a petition filed in September by Spears’ lawyer to expand wealth administration firm Bessemer Trust to the conservatorship & remove her papa Jamie Spears, the news agency documented.
“The conservator’s invitation to postpone James P. Spears instantly upon the authorization of Bessemer Trust Company of California as sole conservator of the estate is withheld without prejudice,” Judge Brenda Penny said in judiciary filings seen by the news mechanism.
The determination did not put up with Spears’ announcement from last week into deliberation.
“I just expect my life behind. It’s been 13 years & it’s sufficiently,” Spears announced in the 20-minute statement.
The 39-year-old star’s finances & emotional life have been largely organized by Jamie Spears since her highly public breakdown more than a decade ago, overseeing some adoring enthusiasts inaugurate a “FreeBritney” online movement in recent years.
Proponents have long searched her social media accounts for indications about her well-being, & any sign that she may be anxious to throw off the control and she expects good.
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