Britney Spears Can Choose Her Own Lawyer, A Judge Rules:In a long struggle over its conservatorship, the Superior Court of Los Angeles judge cleared Britney Spears to hire her lawyer.
Mathew S. Rosengart, a famous Hollywood lawyer and former federal prosecutor, has chosen the pop star to take on her case.
Britney Spears Can Choose Her Own Lawyer, A Judge Rules
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It resulted from a hearing in Los Angeles on Thursday, where Spears’ blistering testimony in June described her life under the conservatory, and a long list of odds ended up lining up.
The Judge approved the renunciation of a long term appointed lawyer of Spears, Samuel D. Ingham III, and the surrender to be a co-conservator of the estate of Spears of the wealth management company Bessemer Trust, previously subscribed.
Jamie Spears, the only conservative of her financial affairs, left Spears’s father.
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Britney Spears, who join her hearing by phone, told the court that she wanted her dad out of her custody.
She said the arrangement “permits my father to ruin my life”, and she said she was afraid of him.
Spears spoke of feeling imprisoned and medicated vigorously and described an instance in which he appeared drunk in her home.
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#FreeBritneny activists and disability rights organisations hailed Spears’ right to choose their lawyer. The whole effort to end Spears’ conservative government probably begins.
TMZ reported last week that Spears approached Rosengart and that he preparing to hit the court on Wednesday, saying he would petition the conservatory to remove Jamie Spears.
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Yet while the wheels may be on track to get him out of the law, Britney Spear said she wants to put a stop to the entire conservatory only if a mental evaluation or test is not necessary.
In the cases of Spears, the politicians also called attention to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas and everyone from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., expressed support for Spears.
Spears’ case At the rally outside the courtroom, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., spoke in the presence of #FreeBritney movement activists.