Britney Spears Wants To Charge Her Father With “Conservatorship Abuse”

Published: Thursday 15th Jul 2021 by Ryan

Britney Spears is not holding back.

During a court hearing on July 14 that addressed the changing of her legal team, Spears had a bone to pick with her father Jamie Spears, telling the court she wants to charge him with “conservatorship abuse.”

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The ‘Lucky’ songstress told the courts that the conservatorship was “f****ing abuse” and went on to reveal some of the ways that her life has been controlled: she did not have a say in her diet, was forced to work 70-hour weeks, and was even prohibited from drinking coffee.”

She then went on to say that she wants an investigation into her father:

“I would like to charge my father with conservatorship abuse. I want to press charges against my father today … I want an investigation into my dad.”

While the charges remain to be seen, Britney did win a legal victory in her conservatorship battle. For, she has been granted her request to hire a new lawyer. Matthew Rosengart will now serve as her attorney (as we reported here).

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  1. Clarks0o00ñ July 15, 2021

    And yall like saying family is everything

    look at what a father is doing to his own biological daughter.
    Never trust your family members ever.

    Now yall finally understand why that particular auntie or uncle or cousin always stays always, doesn’t like coming around during the holidays (Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving)

  2. Christina July 15, 2021

    Britney is a legend.

  3. Damn July 15, 2021

    I truly don’t understand how conservatorships work. Because there’s no way that someone should have this much control over an able bodied full grown adult. She’s clearly well enough to work and keep all of these concerned crooks paid & living comfortably. Her pops should dam sure be charged, cut off and sued.

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