Britney Spears loses the request to have her father removed as her conservator – she says she will never perform again while he is in control of her career

Britney Spears

Roommate, the ongoing legal saga of Britney Spears and her dad has just taken another disappointing turn. A judge recently ruled that Britney Spears’ father will remain in the role of her restorer despite her request to have him removed – and the decision could result in her being permanently absent from the stage.

@USAToday reports that Britney Spears’ desire to finally be free from her father, Jamie Spears, when her restorer was just about to shut down in court. Judge Brenda Penny declined to agree to Britney’s request to regain control of her life, career and $ 60 million fortune after 12 years under the supervision of her father, with whom she had a tumultuous relationship. According to Britney’s attorney Samuel Ingham, the news is her worst nightmare and he recently spoke to the judge on her behalf.

“My client told me she was afraid of her father,” Ingham told the judge. “She won’t perform again if her father is in charge of her career.” Meanwhile, Jamie Spears protests against his daughter’s claims. He believes that Britney is still not ready to resume her own life, career, and financial affairs, and that the career and millions she now has are due to him leading her so successfully.

Samuel Ingham also argued in a lawsuit that Britney believes her father will attempt “to maintain full functional control of her assets, books and records in the face of Britney’s objections.”

Ingham cited Jamie Spears’ recent failure to inform Britney that he had appointed a new CEO after the original manager’s resignation. She also strongly contradicts the contents of her father’s latest accounting reports, which he is required to submit to court on a regular basis.

Judge Penny suspended another trial for December 16, alleging that she did not have sufficient documentation to immediately resolve Jamie’s additional motion.

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