Britney Spears Just Wants Her Dad Out Of Her Conservatorship
In the latest development in Britney Spears’ conservatorship, it seems that Spears is hoping to talk to the judge in her case next month. That isn’t to end the conservatorship, but rather to give her dad the boot once and for all.
According to gossip web site TMZ, Spears does not feel trapped in the 13-year-old conservatorship. One source told the gossip outlet, “She has 99% of the freedom she’d have if she weren’t in a conservatorship, and the only thing she’s prevented from doing are crazy things, like buying 3 cars at a time,” which TMZ notes is something she tried to do “back in the day.”
As for how strict the conservatorship is, sources have told the gossip site that Spears has been free to travel, often going to Hawaii. She apparently lives her life in Los Angeles without real restrictions.
Per the gossip outlet, Spears is aware her life was spiraling out of control before the conservatorship was put in place, and it created a structure and also replenished her dwindling assets. One source put it this way, “She’s taken care of and she knows it.”
Britney’s major problem with the conservatorship is solely her father Jamie. The site reports the two aren’t even on speaking terms anymore, and she’s been angry at him for a long time over business issues. Additionally, they say that Britney doesn’t like the people he brought on because she feels they were motivated solely by their self interest instead of what is going to really help her.
This all leads to Britney wanting Jamie completely disbanded as the co-conservator of her estate and managing her business affairs, which is what she wants to discuss with the judge. She doesn’t have any problems with the current conservatorship of her person. As we earlier reported, Jodi Montgomery is now the permanent personal conservator of Britney, and the two get along. Britney has been quoted as saying that she will never perform again as long as her father is part of the conservatorship.
TMZ says it’s likely the hearing next month will be open to the public.