Britney Spears clinches legal victory in Fight to End Conservatorship

Jodi’s lawyer told E! News in a July 6 statement that the director “remains committed to firmly supporting Ms. Spears” in her personal affairs. According to the statement, “Ms. Montgomery will continue to serve as a conservator for as long as Ms. Spears and the Court wish.”

On July 14, Britney said that while she couldn’t end the guardianship, she wanted Jodi to stay and help her as long as Jamie was removed.

The person’s curator would supervise his security guards and other guards; restrict and limit guests (except for his lawyer); plan security and locations for these meetings; communicate with healthcare professionals about his health and have access to his medical records, according to Sam’s March 22 petition.

For his part, Jamie called for a further investigation into the guardianship to uncover the truth behind Britney’s claims during his testimony last month. His June 29 court file explained that he was “concerned about the management and care of his daughter” and wanted the court “to investigate the veracity of the allegations and allegations” made by his daughter.

During the explosive testimony last month, she said her father had significant ‘control’ over her, stating, “My precious body has worked for my father for the past 13 years, trying to be so good and pretty. She demanded that the ‘abusive’ guardianship end without further assessment.

E! News has reached out to Jamie’s attorney for comment. His lawyer said last month that Jamie was “sorry to see his daughter suffer and suffer so much”, explaining: “Mr. Spears loves his daughter and he misses her very much.”

–Report by Alli Rosenbloom

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