Since Britney's strong testimony last month, many people at the heart of this complex and controversial system have distanced themselves.
The lifting of the guardianship of Britney Spears will be back in court in Los Angeles this Wednesday, July 14. It is hoped that justice will come within three weeks of her plea to regain control of her personal and professional life.
#FreeBritney: Britney Spears back in court this Wednesday
After three weeks, the issue of Britney Spears’ guardianship will be heard again this Wednesday in a Los Angeles court. About ten motions are to be examined by a judge, but it is not known if Britney will speak again.
On June 23 she had testified in court against all violations of her freedom. She confirmed that she had to take medications to control her behavior, that she was not allowed to make decisions about her friendships or finances. In addition, she was not allowed to have an IUD removed when she wanted to have more children.
This Wednesday’s hearing will not be available online. In fact, a copy of the audio from last month’s hearing, which was made available due to the pandemic, has been widely circulated on the Internet.
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The 39-year-old singer was placed under guardianship in 2008, when she was in a difficult situation, which was highly publicized at the time.
Britney has been subjected to very strict conditions and the decisions concerning her are taken by her father Jamie Spears. With him, she has long had a difficult relationship.
Since Britney’s strong testimony last month, many people at the heart of this complex and controversial system have distanced themselves.
Attorney Samuel Ingham has asked to be removed from his position. Also the financial management company that was to assume joint control of Britney Spears’ fortune with her father.
Finally, Larry Rudolph, the singer’s longtime manager, also left.
These multiple motions presented to the court must be validated by the judge in charge of the case. But Britney’s mother has asked that her daughter be allowed to appoint her new lawyer.