Britney Spears Will Speak Directly About Her Conservatorship For the First Time

Britney Spears Will Speak Directly About Her Conservatorship For the First Time


For the first time, Britney Spears will directly address her conservatorship after requesting a hearing to speak with the case’s judge in court. “My client has requested a hearing at which she can address the court directly,” the singer’s lawyer Samuel Ingham said in a hearing on Tuesday. “My client has asked that it be done on an expedited basis.” Judge Brenda Penny later set a date of June 23 for the requested hearing. At this time, it’s unclear exactly what topics the 39-year-old wishes to discuss.

The premiere of Framing Britney Spears back in February brought new light to the #FreeBritney movement and the singer’s case. On Feb. 11, she had her first court hearing to challenge father Jamie Spears over the control of her conservatorship. This resulted in a joint conservatorship with financial services company Bessemer Trust. A previous bid to replace Jamie was denied in August 2020 and a hearing for a new request has been postponed until July.

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