Britney Spears’ father doubles down on conservatorship challenge

Britney Spears’ father has doubled down on the latest challenge to his conservatorship over his daughter.

In new court documents, lawyers claim Jamie Spears had “dutifully and faithfully served as the conservator of his daughter’s estate without any blemishes on his record” (via Sky).

Her father also said there were “no grounds whatsoever” for removing him from the conservatorship.

It comes after Britney’s lawyer filed new legal documents requesting a judge boost a court hearing around her controversial conservatorship yesterday (August 6).

The singer was recently given permission to hire her own lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, who has since filed paperwork to remove her father Jamie Spears from the conservatorship which has been operating since 2008.

The next hearing in the long-running case is set to take place on September 29, but Rosengart has now requested that the court move it to 23 August at the latest.

Britney Spears supporters in London during a #FreeBritney protest march in April, 2021. CREDIT: Kate Green/Getty Images

“Every day that passes is another day of avoidable harm and prejudice to Ms. Spears and the Estate,” he said, as TMZ reports. “There has been an evident dissipation of assets of Ms. Spears’ Estate, and that dissipation is ongoing.”

Rosengart says that if the date of the hearing can’t be altered, he has also asked the judge to consider suspending Jamie at the earliest date possible.

Last month, Spears addressed a court hearing over her ongoing conservatorship case, saying she wants her father charged with conservatorship abuse.

The singer was also allowed to appoint her own legal representation after working with a court-appointed lawyer up until recently. “Instead of trying to investigate my behaviour or my capacity, I want my dad investigated,” Spears said.

“This conservatorship is literally allowing my dad to rule my life…that is abuse, and we all know it.”

It followed the emotional, 24-minute testimony she gave to the court in June.

You can view the original article HERE.

Single All the Way Gay Dating Advice Cuffing Season
Dr. Oz to Run for Senate in Pennsylvania
Virgil Abloh Dies Of Cancer
Matthew McConaughey says he’s not running to be Texas governor
Jason Reitman Reveals Father Ivan’s Secret Cameo in Ghostbusters: Afterlife
14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible movie review (2021)
Licorice Pizza Scores Big With Both Audiences and Critics on Rotten Tomatoes
No Way Home Footage Arrives as Tickets Go On Sale
‘Cyberpunk 2077’ to receive “major update for all platforms”
Charli XCX laughs off wardrobe malfunction as she presents ARIA Music Award – Music News
Nominations for 2022 BRIT Awards to be announced in TV special
Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays Presents “Rock Of Ages” on November 30th, 7 PM PT on Twitch
Panthers bench Cam in blowout loss to Dolphins
‘Embarrassing’: Sullen Steelers swept by Bengals
Riley to USC; says OU exit ‘most difficult decision’
How to earn through affiliate marketing sports betting – 1xBet
Watch 4400 Online: Season 1 Episode 6
9-1-1 Season 5 Episode 9 Review: Past Is Prologue
Fanatic Feed: Judge Steve Harvey Premiere, Coming Out Colton Trailer, & More!
Magic Mike: Channing Tatum Returns for Third Movie at HBO Max
Virgil Abloh’s Most Memorable Celebrity Looks
Editor’s Pick: Nicole Miller Star Lurex Maxi Dress
Get All the Details on Lindsay Lohan’s Engagement Ring
Best Cyber Monday Fashion Deals 2021