Britney Spears will call in to conservatorship hearing three weeks after she slammed dad Jamie and family in court

BRITNEY Spears will call in but may not speak during her July 14th court hearing that will address issues regarding her conservatorship.

The pop sensation made a series of incriminating allegations against her conservatorship and those in charge during a virtual hearing in June.

Britney, 39, will reportedly call in for her next hearing, though she may not be making a statement this time around, US Weekly revealed.

Several subjects will be addressed during the court date, including the singer's right to an attorney.

The child star's mom, Lynne Spears has requested that her daughter be allowed to hire her own lawyer, while her current attorney Samuel Ingham has requested that the court appoint her new representation.

Furthermore, Britney's conservator Jodi Montgomery has asked the court to "hire a guardian for the singer and provide her with 24/7 security," the outlet claimed.


On June 23rd, Britney spoke out for the first time against her 13-year conservatorship, as she told the judge:  “The main reason why I’m here is because I want to end the conservatorship without being evaluated."

The pop star claimed that the order has been "abusive" to her life and that she's felt "enslaved" by both her father and her other conservators.

Jamie Spears, 69, stepped away from the role in 2019, though Jodi Montgomery took his place.

“I’ve been in denial. I’ve been in shock. I am traumatized. You know, fake it till you make it,” Britney told the courtroom.


“But now I’m telling you the truth. OK? I’m not happy. I can’t sleep. I’m so angry. It’s insane. And I’m depressed. I cry every day.”

Britney later blamed her father for the "abusive" treatment she's received over the last decade, saying: “The only similar thing to this is called sex trafficking.

“Making anyone work against their will, taking all their possessions away — credit card, cash, phone, passport — and placing them in a home where they work with the people who live with them.”

Jamie then offered a counter-statement, where he apologized for causing his daughter "so much pain."


Britney's lawyer, Sam Ingham, relinquished his role on July 6th, as the court has made movements towards appointing her a new attorney.

However, in her own petition, Britney's mother argued that her daughter should be allowed to hire her own representation, saying that she “should no longer be held to the 2008 standard, whereby she was found to ‘not have the capacity to retain counsel.’”

The Gimme More singer's main conservator Jodi, though, suggested that the singer be appointed a guardian for the primary purpose of selecting an attorney for the case.

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