Britney Spears She has given her support to the fan-fueled #Freebritney movement, and she continues to make changes to her Conservatorieship.
Among the documents filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court, Retrieved by People And reported Los Angeles Times, Spears’ lawyer, Samuel d. Ingam III wrote, “At this point in her life, while trying to regain somewhat personal autonomy, Britney welcomed and appreciated the support of her fans.”
Spears has previously requested that her father remove Jamie Spears from the role of sole conservator, but A trial in late August No change was seen in her father’s position.
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“Although the ceiling motion she felt was ‘for protection’, Britney strongly opposes this attempt by her father to hide her legal fight in a family secret room,” Ingham wrote.
The latest filings reveal that Britney wants “voluntary” conservatism, which means she can “exercise her right to nominate the conservator of the estate”. Bessemer Trust Company, NA, California, has learned that Spears wants to be her conservator.
“Britney is strongly opposed to her father continuing to be the sole conservator of her estate,” the filings said.
“Instead, she is keen to hire a corporate trustee who is qualified to serve in this role, without relinquishing her right to terminate this Conservator position in the future.”
Previously, Jamie Spears is reported to have suggested # Freebritney called the movement a “joke” and those who pursued it were “conspiracy theorists”.
“Not all conspiracy theorists know anything. The world has no clue, ”he said.
“It is up to the California court to decide what is best for my daughter. It’s not someone else. ”
These statements were addressed in the latest filing to the Ingham Court.
“Unlike the conspiracy theory or ‘joke’ that James told the media, for the most part this observation is the reasonable and able-bodied result of James’ aggressive use of the sealing policy to reduce the amount of meaningful information available to the public.”
Recently, Britney named her sister Jamie-Lynn Spears as her financial trustee. This means that if she dies, Britney’s money will go to her two children, Sean and Jaden.
The court hearing on the request to change the Conservatorship will take place on Tuesday, November 10th.