The 39-year-old player now has the right to make his or her own medical, financial, and personal decisions without the supervision of a court.
A judge in the United States has rescinded an environmental campaign Britney Spears‘life and money for about 14 years.
Friday’s idea created an amazing five-month odyssey that saw Spears openly demand a security end, and hired him. his lawyer, and his father was deposed and finally to win freedom to make its own medical, financial and personal decisions for the first time since 2008.
The move by Supreme Court Judge Brenda Penny was expected, with little support left in extending the legal system. But Penny did not say anything about making that decision.
As soon as spring ended, it seemed that conservation work would continue for many years. Then it was revealed with amazing speed.
The key to the opening was Spears speech made in a case in June when he enthusiastically described the protests and described his life as “insulting”. He wanted the conservation work to end without having to worry about the consequences.
Legal experts at the time said this was unlikely to happen, and would likely stand in the way of regular courts.
But the judge allowed him to file a lawsuit against his beloved lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, in a July case in which he also complained about the grief caused by the defense and wanted it to end.
Rosengart made it his first goal for James Spears to be removed from his position as treasurer of his daughter’s office before he took up the job of securing all reservations. Judge stopped James Spears in the September case, referring to the “danger zone” whose presence was made.
Rosengart also vowed to continue investigating James Spears’ role in the defense team. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture. Court records put up a sum of about $ 60m.
He further added that the police should investigate the findings of the New York Times about a hearing aid installed in his cell.
Attorney James Spears said Rosengart’s allegations were baseless and impossible, and that he did what his daughter loved.
The post-war security war has already begun in some ways. James Spears resigned from the lawyers who assisted him in the process, and he hired Alex Weingarten, a well-known lawyer in future cases.
In a lawsuit filed last week, former Britney Spears business executives, Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, pushed back Rosengart’s demand for documents on the company’s involvement in restitution from 2008 to 2018. The group also denied any share or information monitoring the singer.
Jodi Montgomery, a court-appointed superintendent who oversees the singer’s life and medical decisions since 2019, has developed a care plan with therapists and doctors to guide Spears to the end of hygiene and its consequences.
Britney Spears was a new 26-year-old mother when her father set up a museum, first temporarily, in February 2008 after a series of mental illness cases.
It takes several weeks before her 40th birthday, with her 15-year-old sons, and her job is about to end, as she is in a remarriage.
The change came in early 2019 when he canceled a planned concert in Las Vegas.
Believing he had been admitted to a psychiatric hospital, fans began contacting him and asking for a court #FreeBritney. Initially, he dismissed them as conspiracy theorists, but the singer confirmed them in 2020 in court results that he said were fair enough to want his case revealed and clarified of his case.
The note became the first sign from Spears – who had been silent on storage for years – that he wanted a major change.