Britney Spears will personally address her long-standing conservatism in a Los Angeles court in June, a judge admitted Tuesday.
Spears, 39, has been under a conservatory since 2008, but rarely participates in investigations. His lawyer was asked to speak directly in court on Tuesday, but he did not say what he wanted to raise.
“My client has requested a hearing in which he can address the court directly,” Samuel Ingham told the court Tuesday. “My client asked me to do it quickly.”
The judge set the June 23 hearing for Spears to speak in court. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Case Centers in Spears’ Conservatism, a Legal arrangement It has given his father Jamie Spears control over other aspects of his personal life, including his estate, career and medical treatment, for the past 13 years.
Jamie was hired as his daughter’s bodyguard in 2008 after the pop star was hospitalized for psychiatric treatment following a widely publicized breakup.
Britney Spears made it clear through her lawyer last year that she did not want her father to be involved in her affairs.
Lawyers for the 39-year-old singer last year Filed In order to remove Jamie as Conservative, Spears argued in LA court that he was “afraid of his father”. Don’t start his life again when he controls it.
An earlier attempt to oust him had failed in August 2020, with a new hearing on Tuesday adjourning the case until July.
A TV documentary in February brought new research to the case and the #FreeBritney movement started by fans, some of whom rallied outside the court on Tuesday.