September 19, 2021

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Britney Spears' father calls for an end to artist protection

Britney Spears’ father calls for an end to artist protection

Britney Spears’ father officially asked the courts on Tuesday that the American singer complete a guardian position that has been in place for more than thirteen years and manage both her personal life and her financial affairs, U.S. media reports.

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Criticized by Britney Spears, who launched a high-profile lawsuit to stop a word in her life, Jamie Spears admitted last month that she was the defender of the pop star. He then wanted to “work with the court and his daughter’s new lawyer to prepare for a smooth transition to a new defense.”

It was a huge success that sparked controversy over the legal process initiated by the singer, 39, and Britney Spears. The move gives his father full control over his finances since 2008, when the singer raised concerns about his mental health after being well publicized in hell.

Second Breakthrough for James Spears Tuesday: According to the American media, citing new legal documents filed in the Los Angeles court responsible for investigating the case, he now believes his daughter “has the right to ask the court to seriously consider whether this action needs a guardian.”

In this request, James Spears says he is in favor of the guardian lifting the measures altogether, as requested by his daughter during the summer.

The document further states that this document did not force Britney Spears to make a new psychological assessment.

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For about twenty minutes, speaking unhindered by the fast flow, Britney Spears promised that she would have to take medication to control her behavior and that she would not be empowered to make decisions related to her friendship or finances. Remove an IUD when she wants to have more children.

“I want to get my life back. It’s been thirteen years, and that’s enough,” she pleaded.

“The Guardianship helped Miss Spears to face a major crisis in her life, to recover and move forward in her life, and to get her finances and affairs in order. But recently, things have changed,” underscores her father’s recent request.