Court terminates Britney Spears CONSERVATORSHIP
Singer Britney Spears conservatorship has been terminated by a Superior Court in Los Angeles. Spears had pleaded with the judge to end the conservatorship, calling it “abusive.” She also alleged that over the years she was forced to perform, use birth control and take medication against her will.
After a tumultuous legal battle with her father, Jamie Spears, who was suspended as her conservator last month, the singer says she plans to take some time to enjoy her life before sharing her future professional plans.
Britney spears is engaged to Sam Asghari, and said in her Instagram page that she feels she has a lot of healing to do.
According to Judge, a medical evaluation will not be required for Spears.
Spears’ attorney Matthew Rosengart said “The time has come today to end the conservatorship.
Singer Spears’ attorney Matthew Rosengart said a “safety net” is in place for the singer’s finances and personal care, Rosengart said, thanking the judge. Assets will now be transferred from the temporary conservator of Spears’ estate to the singer’s trust, Judge Penny said.