Britney Spears loses court bid to remove father's control over estate 1 year ago

Britney Spears loses court bid to remove father's control over estate

The judge said she would consider future petitions from the singer

For the last few years Britney Spears career has been in the hands of her father Jamie Spears due to a conservatorship of which he has control over.


During a recent and unsuccessful hearing regarding the removal of her father from the conservatorship, Britney said she won't perform again while in father is still in control of her money.

As it stands Britney's net worth has risen to $60 million during the conservatorship.


Britney's legal team recently applied to have her father removed from the conservatorship and said that their client is afraid of her father.

While Jamie Spears insists that everything he has done has been out of love for his daughter, Britney's team told a judge that they feel it is far from the case and that their client hardly speaks to her father.

At the most recent hearing Judge Brenda Penny said that at this time she was not removing the conservatorship but that she would consider future petitions for suspension or removal.


Britney has said that her father is unwilling to work with the co-conservators whom she asked for and wishes to control the conservatorship by himself.

A gathering of Free Britney protestors stood outside of the court holding signs asking for Spears to be freed of her conservatorship.

While the Free Britney campaign has quietly been around for years, strange videos that Britney uploaded during lockdown sparked worry among fans about her wellbeing and ignited the campaign into the media spotlight.