Judge: Britney Spears remains in receivership of father | NOW

A judge ruled on Thursday that nothing will change in Britney Spears’ curatorship. She remains under the control of her father Jamie and bankruptcy company Bessemer. Her legal team had requested a judge to remove the receivership rights from her father and give the trustee company full control, writes TMZ.

Spears has long wanted her father to stop taking care of her affairs, but only Bessemer to do so. Her father does not want to hear about this and refuses to give up his curatorship. Spears’s lawyers said the singer will refuse to act until her father retires as a trustee. The relationship between Spears and her father is now very bad.

Her father had requested the judge on Thursday to remove Bessemer as trustee, but the judge also rejected that. On March 17 and April 27 there are again sessions in which the curatorship of the singer will be discussed.

The singer has been in the news worldwide for the last week because of the documentary Framing Britney Spears from The New York Times. In that documentary, the curatorship under which the singer has been featured since 2008 is amply discussed.

Because of this, she has been out of control over her finances and career for almost thirteen years. This is even about the smallest things: for example, her curators decide whether she can buy a cup of coffee.

The documentary sparked new attention for the # FreeBritney movement. These are avid fans of the singer who want her to regain control over her own life. They will protest out of court when hearings are held again. A few dozen fans also came to the lawsuit on Thursday.

Jamie Spears’ trusteeship was actually due to expire in February 2021, but was again extended by a judge in December until next September.

Source: NU by www.nu.nl.

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