Britney Spears suffering setback in conservatorship fight

A setback has occurred in Britney Spears’ long and difficult struggle to remove her conservatorship, which was instituted in 2008 and stripped management of her personal and professional affairs away from her.

A court dismissed Britney Spears’ plea to release Jamie Spears from conservatorship only days after she said her case was going “far better than I ever anticipated.” This is the second time in as many months that she has been denied a hearing.

British singer Britney Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, asked the Los Angeles superior court judge Brenda Penny to remove Jamie from her life. She also asked for the date of a hearing on Jamie Spears’s financial transactions to be moved up from September 29 to this month. Mr. Spears’ role as conservator of Britney’s estate “continues to cause Britney emotional, psychological, and financial harm every day,” according to the appeal.

“My daughter is mentally ill,” Jamie allegedly told the court in opposition to the motion. He was considering forced hospitalization for her. Jodi Montgomery, Britney’s interim conservator, has claimed that she had “concerns” about Britney’s “general mental health” but that Jamie ‘misrepresented’ her remarks surrounding Britney’s hospitalization.

As recently as June, Britney appeared electronically in court and claimed that her conservatorship had left her “depressed” and unable to sleep, while also alleging that she has a contraceptive implant in her body that conservators won’t let her take out.

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