#BritneyFreed: Britney Spears’ Conservatorship Is Over After Nearly 13 Years

November 12, 2021 / Posted by:

Not even one day after Britney Spears and her fiance Sam Asghari declared with their chichis to #FreeBritney on his Instagram, Judge Brenda Penny has finally granted her wish and tossed her conservatorship into the shit-can, effective immediately, after 13 years. And as the #FreeBritney movement cheers, I’m sure that Brit Brit’s dad/ex-conservator, Jamie Spears, is stealthily tiptoeing away like, “Yay. Everybody celebrate and don’t at all pay attention to me as I sneak away before my former little ATM hits me with a lawsuit.”

On June 23, Britney was finally able to talk to the court herself and she made it clear that’s done with Daddy Spears pulling her puppet strings and wants her conservatorship to end after 13 years without a mental health evaluation. Britney told Judge Penny that her father was an abusive money-hungry monster who controlled every part of her life, including not allowing her to get married and have another Cheetoling. That was the beginning of the end for Daddy Spears’ ride on Brit Brit money train express. The court let Britney choose her own lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, and he immediately went to work on trying to push Daddy Spears out as her co-conservator. That happened in September when Daddy Spears, who was in charge of Britney’s money, was suspended as her co-conservator and ordered to hand over the books. Britney’s team wanted to see how Daddy Spears spent her money because they believe he pulled some corrupt shit. Mathew has also said that they will legally go after Daddy Spears if they discover any fraud. And now, November 12, 2021, is an important day in Britstory because it’s the day her conservatorship ended.

There was a chance that Judge Brenda Penny was going to order a mental health evaluation for Britney before ending her conservatorship, but that obviously didn’t happen. Judge Penny asked all the lawyers involved if anybody had objections to her terminating the conservatorship, and none of them did. Daddy Spears already said that he thinks the conservatorship should end too, but many think he only said that to save his own ass.

The conservatorships of Britney the person and Britney’s estate are both over, but Mathew said that they will put a “safety net” in place. via CNN:

Addressing the court, Britney Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart said a “safety net” will be in place for Britney Spears’ finances and personal care after a Los Angeles judge terminated her conservatorship Friday.

Assets will now be transferred from Spears’ temporary conservator to the singer’s trust, the judge said. A medical evaluation will not be required for Spears, according to the judge.

Spears was not in attendance at the hearing, in person or virtually. No one objected to the ruling.

The next court dates are scheduled for Dec. 8 and Jan. 19. In January, the parties will discuss a petition for substituted judgment, according to the judge.

Mathew celebrated their big win outside of the courthouse today, via CNN:

“As of today, effective immediately, the conservatorship has been terminated as to both the person and the estate,” attorney Mathew Rosengart said outside the courthouse. “This is a monumental day for Britney Spears.”

Rosengart added: “What’s next for Britney, and this is the first time this could be said for about a decade, is up to one person, Britney.”

And the #FreeBritney movement celebrated in the streets:

And Britney’s fiance celebrated on Instagram:

And so did Britney herself:

As for what happens next, Britney has said that she wants to see her family pay for what they did to her, including her mother, Lynn Spears, who Britney said planted the conservatorship seeds in her dumb dad’s head and ruined her life. But before that happens, I’m sure Britney put on her celebratin’ choker and hottest peasant top and cartwheeled into her nearest Starbucks where she declared, “Venti Frapps for all y’all!” before making it rain on all the baristas. It’s Britmas, bitch!

Pics: Instagram

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