Spears’ attorney, Samuel D. Ingham III, spoke at a hearing Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. “Britney wants to address the court directly,” she said, stating that she would like it to happen within the next month. CNN virtually participated.
This hearing will be held on June 23.
The battle over Spears’ $ 60 million property has been going on for months. It began last August when Ingham filed to officially remove his father, Jamie Spears, as a protector. Elder Spears was the custodian of his estate since 2008, along with attorney Andrew Wallet, after a series of personal issues playing publicly for the singer. For that period, Jamie Spears also oversaw her daughter’s health and medical decisions. He became the sole custodian of the singer’s property in 2019 following Wallet’s resignation.
In November, the judge ruled that he lived as a co-custodian of the property, and the judge appointed the Bessemer Trust to work as a co-custodian.
At a hearing in March, Ingham requested that Jamie Spears be removed as his person’s guardian, and to permanently replace him with the pair Montgomery. Montgomery has worked as a temporary patron of the singer since Jamie Spears withdrew in September 2019 due to health issues.
“He is especially happy to share with a world that is inexperienced and concerned with my life,” she wrote.
He said, “I love my daughter and I miss her very much.” “When a family member needs special care and protection, families need to step up, as I have done for the past 12-plus years, to love, protect and continue to love Britney unconditionally Keep. I will continue to provide unwavering love. Strict protection against self-serving interests and those who harm them or my family. “
“(Jamie) would love nothing more than to see Brittany, who does not need a patronage,” Thoren said. “Whether or not there is an end to conservatism really depends on Brittany. If she wants to end her conservatism, she can petition to end it.”