Britney spears: fight against guardianship – this is how the court appearance went

In court, Britney Spears settles scores with her family

Britney Spears: “I want my life back”

U.S. pop singer Britney Spears has demanded in a Los Angeles court that her father’s guardianship be revoked. Fans expressed their support.

“‘I’m so angry’: Britney Spears is still under her father’s guardianship. She is now defending herself in court against.

Berlin/Los Angeles. In a very moving 23-minute speech, “I Did It Again Britney Spears made serious allegations against her family and caregivers. In a Los Angeles courtroom, the pop star called by phone for her father, Jamie Spears, to end the guardianship she was given 13 years ago. He regulates large parts of their lives and their fortune of about $60 million.

The conservatorship was ordered to stand trial in 2008 because Spears (“Baby One More Time”, “Oops. I Did It Again” , “Toxic”) was having a breakdown at the time and suffering from massive mental health issues. It had recently come to light that the 39-year-old had already expressed her desire on several occasions behind the scenes to take her life completely into her own hands again; after all, she was appearing as a Artist at.

So personally and deeply hurt as on Wednesday, however, the singer had never admitted to it in public until now. She admitted to falsely saying she was fine in messages on social media recently. “That was a lie.”

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Singer wants her life back

Spears Didn’t mince words in front of Judge Brenda Penny at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse. She called the guardianship abusive: “I want to end it without being judged. I want to have a life.” Spears’ voice rolled over several times as she read her statement off the page. “I am traumatized. I’m not happy, I can’t sleep. I cry every day. I’m so angry, it’s insane.” Read more: In court – This is how Britney Spears fights for her freedom

Spears makes it unequivocally clear that she feels used and controlled by her family and management. Probably the most emotional moment: Spears, mother of two children from her marriage to Kevin Federline said she wanted to marry her boyfriend Sam Asgari and have another child.

However, the guardianship officials had refused to allow her to go to the Doctor to let go and to remove the IUD used for contraception. “I was told I can’t get married or have a child.”

Under the ears of her connected divorced parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears, as well as her lawyer, went the Pop star The singer has been particularly aggressive with her father, whom she had described in earlier years as the patron saint and guarantor of her artistic and financial development. “Not only did my family not do a damn handshake for me, my father went along with it all. Everything that happened to me had to be signed off by my father. My father loved the control he had over me. He loved her.”

Spears did not know her rights

Father Spears Had already been relieved of certain responsibilities in the recent past due to health problems. In 2019, professional trustee Jodi Montgomery came into the picture. Likewise, the firm “Bessemer Trust Co.” for the multimillionaire’s real estate holdings. Vivian Lee Thoreen, the attorney for father Spears, read a statement on behalf of her client after the principal’s speech. “He is sorry to see his daughter suffer and in such pain. He loves his daughter and misses her very much.”

which was asked by 100 fans from all parts of the USA outside the courthouse escorted appointment had come about because her attorney Samuel D. Ingham had asked in the spring for Spears to address the court in person.

Why this did not happen much earlier, especially since the “New York Times” reported on the eve of the trial that Spears had already expressed dissatisfaction with her guardianship arrangement seven years ago remained, in part, a mystery from the perspective of legal observers on the scene.

Spears herself literally said she didn’t know she could petition to have her guardianship ended. “I apologize for my ignorance, but I did not know that.” What she has been through is “shameful” and “demoralizing”. For this reason in particular, they said, she had not spoken publicly about it. “I thought no one would believe me.”

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