The conservatorship of Britney Spears has been extended until August due to the pandemic coronavirus since all the court hearings have been delayed.
The conservatorship of Britney Spears has been extended until August due to the pandemic of coronavirus.
The personal and professional matters of the producer of hits toxic have been in the hands of another person since 2008 after they suffered their collapse very publicized, but it was assumed that there would be a review this week.
However, due to the social distancing measures implemented due to the pandemic, the hearing has been rescheduled for the 22nd of July, and all temporary orders are extended until 22 August.
Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, had been the curator of his estate until he resigned in September of 2019, citing ongoing health issues.
A judge approved his request to leave the position and appointed Jodi Montgomery, manager of care of Britney, as the curator of the star of 38 years with a temporary order.
The temporary order means that Jodi has the same responsibilities that I had Jamie, including “the power to restrict or limit visitors by any means, the power of retaining the caregivers and the safety of Britney the 24 hours, the power to prosecute restraining orders for civil harassment and the power to communicate with medical staff expert with regard to Britney and have access to their records. “
Jamie had previously shared the publication with Andrew Wallet, but the attorney resigned in march 2019.
In may of last year, Britney asked to be released from the guardianship, after he claimed that his father was responsible for getting her admitted in a psychiatric facility and forced to take drugs after being recorded during 30 days in April.
He argued that, according to the rules of the conservatorship, Jamie had not the power of which has been the commission against their will or to force her to take pills prescribed.
The judge who presided over the case ordered a thorough investigation of all people involved in the curatorship to properly evaluate if the restrictions on the singer should be loosened or modified.
After the court case, fans of the singer began the social media campaign under the hashtag “#FreeBritney” to ask for the end of the curatorship.