The american singer Britney Spears will remain under conservatorship until August | People | Entertainment


A judge of the county of Los Angeles ordered the 20 of April the curatorship of the temporary pop star Britney Spears38-year-old will extend until the 22 of August. This extension occurs because the courts are closed due to the pandemic COVID-19.

Jodi Montgomery will continue to be the caregiver temporarily of Spears. Montgomery took over the role last September after Jamie Spears, the father of the artist, resigned to continue to take care of her daughter after more than a decade as conservative, due to “reasons of personal health.”

“Montgomery has the power of restrict and limit visitors to Britney, retain caretakers and security guards 24 hours a day, communicate with the medical team Britney” and keep the “full access” to their files and screens, details People.

Montgomery in addition has the power to communicate with the medical staff and with respect to Spears and has access to all and each one of the records related to the treatment, diagnosis and medical evidence of the pop star. You can also access the records of the treatment, diagnostic testing and psychiatric Spears.

The singer was placed for the first time under a conservatorship in 2008; then the court appointed her father as a conservative, standing of their affairs and attorney Andrew Wallet as coconservador standing of their heritage. (I)