Singer Britney Spears wants her father Jamie Spears to be charged with “conservatorship abuse” as she addressed the Judge during the latest hearing
Britney Spears told a court that how she has been treated is ‘f***ing cruelty’ as she demanded her father be removed from the conservatorship.
During today’s hearing, she appeared on the phone and claimed her hair vitamins and coffee had been taken away from her.
She told Judge Brenda Penny: “Ma’am, that’s not abuse, that’s just f****** cruelty. Excuse my language but it’s the truth.”
The songstress wants her father to be charged with “conservatorship abuse” and wants the legal arrangement ended without the need for a medical check.
However, she insisted her main focus is to have her father removed from his role while allowing the other co-conservator Jodi Montgomery to remain.
She added during the hearing: “My dad needs to be removed today and I will be happy with Jodi helping me.”
Britney’s long-running conservatorship returned to court three weeks after the pop star revealed bombshells about her life under the restrictions of the conservatorship.
Taking place on Wednesday, July 14 in Los Angeles, the hearing will follow on from the many comments the 39-year-old made.
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She is bring represented by Samual Ingham III – who previously said he will resign after she is appointed a new lawyer.
The star reportedly wants Hollywood lawyer Matthew Rosengart to represent her in the conservatorship battle and, according to The New York Times, he is attending the hearing today.
She previously told the Judge how she was made to feel “like I was dead” last time she spoke to the court and insisted she deserves changes.
The Stronger singer heartbreakingly revealed that “it’s a lie saying I’m happy” and confessed that she is “traumatised”.
Britney called for her father Jamie – who has been in control of her financial and business decisions – to “be in jail”.
Since her remarks during the previous hearing, her long-time manager Larry Rudolph resigned.
He announced his r esignation from his role after saying his services are “no longer needed”.
Larry had been the Toxic singer’s manager since the early years of her career in the mid-1990s.
Deadline had shared a letter that they say he sent to Britney’s co-conservators Jamie and the court-appointed Jodi Montgomery on Monday, July 5.
Around the same time, her conservatorship lawyer, Sam Ingham, resigned from his role.
The lawyer had been the singer’s representative for the 13 years of her conservatorship but was reportedly “extremely upset” at her comments in court.
TMZ reported it after Britney spoke about how disappointed with how Sam handled her case, among other allegations about her father when she appeared in court via video.
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The US media site said that Sam denied claims by Britney that she wasn’t made aware of all the options surrounding her guardianship and wasn’t informed as to how she could bring it to an end.
During the hearing, Britney said that her team forced her onto contraception as they didn’t want her to have any more children.
The singer has children Jayden and Sean with ex Kevin Federline.
She also claimed that she was banned from getting married.
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