Britney Spears: Judge denies November request to remove singer’s father as her co-conservator

While the choice came simply one week after the pop star’s bombshell statement about Jamie Spears’ function as conservator, Judge Brenda Cent’s judgment was not an outcome of that hearing, and was rather made on a demand from November in which Spears’ lawyer submitted to include Bessemer Trust to act as co-conservator together with the vocalist’s dad.

“The conservator’s request to suspend James P. Spears immediately upon the appointment of Bessemer Trust Company of California as sole conservator of estate is denied without prejudice,” the court filing states.

A lawyer for Jamie Spears validated the filing to CNN and did not comment.

“Britney has spoken to Sam multiple times since last week and she has asked him point-blank, once again, to file the paperwork to end this,” one source informed stated.

On Wednesday, Jamie Spears’ lawyers sent a set of filings, among which asked the judge to introduce an examination into the claims made by Britney Spears recently, when she declared she was required to carry out and take medication versus her will.
Read the full transcript of Britney Spears' court hearing statement

“Lithium is a very, very strong [medication] and completely different medication than what I’ve been on. You can go mentally impaired if you take too much, stay on it longer than five months,” Spears stated at a hearing on June 23. “I felt drunk. I couldn’t even stick up for myself. I couldn’t even have a conversation with my mom or dad about anything. I told them I was scared and they had six different nurses come to my home to monitor me while I was on this medication that I didn’t want to be on to begin with.”

Lithium is frequently utilized to deal with bipolar affective disorder, which typically triggers episodes of anxiety and mania — a sensation of unrestrained irritation or enjoyment. It can likewise be utilized to deal with anxiety.

“I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive,” Spears informed the judge. “I just want my life back. It’s been 13 years and it’s enough,” she included.

The next hearing in the event is arranged for July 14.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.